For as long as I can remember, I've loved monsters, aliens, and dragons. The sort of things that live in your closet and come from far off planets. I've been enamoured with video games from a young age, if only because they helped those loves of mine feel more real. As a kid I devoured science fiction books and fantasy games alike and still thirsted for more. The urge to create was born.
For the longest time, I was told off in classes for drawing instead of doing work. My finished work almost always sported little critters crawling in the margins, tiny little dragons breathing flame over the lines. Over time the critters became more intense, their designs more otherworldly. I spent my free time with a sketchbook in my face and art was my favourite class.
Graduating from high school meant enrolling in art school, and for three years I studied 3d modeling with the most amazing like minded people I had ever met. It was my goal, then and there, to get into the gaming and animation industry. To see if I could become what I've always wanted: a concept artist.
And here I am now.
Always drawing always creating because the creatures I see behind closed eyes demand to be seen by others, as well. It's been a long journey so far, but it's far from over. And there's so many things yet to create.