As a child, you could always find me sketching, creating videos, and designing new and exciting themed lands, attractions, and characters. As I got older, I dedicated myself to becoming a better artist by taking every art class I could get into. From learning sequential art at Joe Kubert School of Cartooning, figure drawing at the Montclair Art Museum, or video editing techniques from online videos, I didn't care what medium or style I wanted to learn. I was fortunate enough to be one of the few students inducted into our Honors Art program in High School as well as had pieces of mine selected to be a part of the coveted Sussex County Teen Arts Festival, a highly sought after Arts exhibition that spans multiple weeks in the Fall. It was here, where a video I created following the Paris Terrorist attacks first began going viral and would lead to me winning an award for Outstanding Achievement In Video.
My original plan was to become a concept artist, and in fact, I started at Flagler College as a Fine Arts Student, but when I got into comics, I found my passion for creative production. Luckily, my experience in the arts has helped me better understand and manage creative individuals across mediums striking a balance between creative expression and project efficiency.