I started drawing when I was very young, but stopped drawing for almost 6 years after I graduated from High School as I thought I needed to focus on getting a real career.  Unfortunately I was not told that there was a substantial career in the thing that I love, Art.

In 2012, I had started doodling again due to some personal stresses I was having at home and work, and many of my co-workers encouraged me to make a living out of it.  I had several friends at that time that were in the industry, so I asked for them to review my work.  The reviews were NOT good.  But they were what I needed to get my head in the game.  Everything I was doing at that time was wrong.  But I now had a direction and put my nose to the grindstone.  Over the next year I made huge leaps in improvement and had my first sit down with Walt Disney Imagineering.  Overall, the sit down went well, but I wasn't quite ready at that time.  


I spent the next year working on getting better with Digital painting and really trying to focus on where I want to go with this as a career.  


Now after 5 years of intensive study and continuous practice I have expanded to Printmaking, Storyboarding, Digital Painting, Drawing, and Illustration.  And I did all of this while still maintaining a full time job as an IT professional.  It was not an easy journey, but I live for the Journey more than the destination.

If you would like me to join in your journey, contact me!

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails.  Explore, Dream, Discover.
–Mark Twain-