My art is a representation of my favorite stories in many forms of media. What gets me inspired is film that is authentic to life. From an early age I became fascinated with film and making art. My earliest work was inspired by films like the Matrix. In recent years I still draw creatively for films, television, video games, and realism. I like to capture the core of what draws people into storytelling.
What has always motivated me is this internal compass of what looks like beautiful compositions that speak to me making my images as realistic as possible. Detail is something I have a great appreciation for and I want my audience to see that in the body of my work. I draw much of my inspiration from top tier concept artists, they have an amazing attention to detail and design sensibilities. I see my art as still in a period of growth I enjoy taking chances and exploring the pairing of realism and the abstract, what I make is influenced by great stories
My passion for drawing started at an early age. During my grade school years I spent a lot of my time experimenting with pencil, ink, painting using acrylics and watercolor. Later I attended Savannah College of Art and Design where I studied Sequential Art.