I have strong moral principles that are interlinked in everything that I do. I am genuine in my work and in my behaviour and treat everyone as equal. I want to be part of a company that is honest in its business and has the confidence to own the decisions they make and the impact that they may have on others.


Creativity is what sets apart great businesses from mediocre ones. Where would Apple be without their strong design focus? And Victorinox, for having the foresight and creativity to implement new work practices to keep their employees during the recession? I want to work for a company that values my creative brain, and that recognises the power that creativity and a visual skill set can harness.

The world is full of so many different stories that without empathy, we will never truly be able to connect with our audience. As someone who is emotionally and environmentally attuned, I want to be part of a company that recognises and respects human idiosyncrasies and behaves with compassion for all.


There is no such thing as failure. I do not perceive initial setbacks as defeat, but rather as opportunities to learn, to accelerate my knowledge and to become better. I want to be part of a company that believes in continual learning and strives to become greater in every aspect of their business.

No one is perfect, but without accountability, a workplace is as immature as a primary school tattle-tale match. I am always open and honest about my successes and setbacks and am interested in working for a company that is wholly accountable for their actions, without needless displays of ego.


I am a highly observant person with the ability to read patterns in human-based situations that others may not immediately see. I believe that intelligence can present itself in many different forms and am always eager to share ideas and learn from others. I want to work for a company that recognises individual intelligence and utilises it for holistic growth.