I began my artistic journey as soon as I could draw shapes on paper. By the time I had entered grade school I began to realize that I had something that was different from the others, my skills went further than the typical tracing or copying what I saw in comics or on T.V. .
After attending Ringling school of art and design, life stepped in and my passion became a hobby, taking a back seat to what I perceived was the inevitable reality of becoming an adult. I spent the next couple decades toiling in the corporate world, my artistic endeavors slowing becoming fewer and farther between.
One day, after realizing that what I loved doing the most in life had been replaced by what I though was supposed to be life, I quit. I walked away from a decent paying job that was slowly killing me and draining what little creativity I had left in me.
Now here I am.