About Me

Hello, and welcome to my website. I hope you like what you see, and if you have any questions, please send me an email over at the contact page.

My story goes all the way back to the fourth grade, where I first learned that you could actually go and learn how to animate. I have come a long way since then, but that was the moment I knew that animation is what I wanted to do. I actually started animating in high school, when my 3DS came with a free animation software. I animated on it non-stop; even during my art classes, my teacher would allow me to animate as long as I completed the other assignments first. I taught myself for three years until I got accepted into the Savannah College of Art and Design. Since then, with the help my my professors, I have been honing my skills and understanding of animation with the aim of working on feature length animated films. Over my time at SCAD, I was also blessed with the opportunity to work with a  select group of students to create, from story to clean-up, a short animated film entitled Safety Tips with Fezzy, an educational film for Shriner's Children's Hospitals that teaches kids about lawnmower safety. I am also currently in post-production for my own short film called Co-Op, a story about two brothers who don't quite get along, but then get sucked into a video game and must work together to fight their way out.

In my free time, I also enjoy playing plenty of video games, drawing, going on D&D campaigns with my friends, as well as working on my Manga entitled Adrenaline, which you can see some of here on my website.