My mother brought me into this world (and has since threatened to take me out of it) in the Fall/Winter - let's call it the Finter... actually, let's not - of 1983; in a time before the existence of the internet, smartphones, crappy movie reboots, and Florida Man. I discovered I had a knack for music at quite a young age; I learned at age 3 that I could play the keyboard, then self-taught myself other instruments through the years. I also learned how much I liked to draw... and developed a tolerance to caffeine-free diet sodas that were also room temperature and flat. Hey, the 90's were tough times for me, alright!
Fast-forward to the early 2000's: in high school, I got my hands on Marilyn Manson's album "Holy Wood: In the Valley of the Shadow of the People of the United States of the Republic of the Longest Album Title I Had Come Across at the Time of Death". The artist, P.R. Brown, became a major inspiration for me to dive into the world of digital art and design.
I have worked for several design companies and marketing agencies, created thousands of design pieces (print, web, and video), I've handled hundreds of photoshoots, edited dozens of videos, and I'm still learning and growing.
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