I’ve been an artist my whole life. I started drawing super young. As a boy I liked to create symmetrical paper ‘action figures’ by folding a blank page, drawing half of the character’s body outline on the seam, cutting it out, and opening it up to draw the features.

I progressed into building living spaces for made-up characters from my endless Lego collection, then learning to draw animals from photo. In elementary and middle school I enjoyed to draw from my favorite cartoons, sometimes amalgamating characters from various genres. In 5th grade was the first time a classmate wanted to pay me to draw them something.

I drew in class. I drew at private art lessons after school. I drew at home. I applied to college as a graphic design major although I didn’t even know what it was. I got in that particular school and very quickly took a keen interest and found natural skill in the field of study. I found it combined perfectly my strongest subjects: art and mathematics.

Now at 35 years old I’ve been a professional graphic design consultant for a decade and a half, and I’ve narrowed my vocation to designing logos and brand aesthetics.

I’ve hand drawn and rendered countless trademarks for a wealth of individuals and businesses. I excel at it, and it is what I love to do.