If you’ve gotten this far on my site, then you pretty much know what I do and how I do it. Here’s some other interesting things about me:
I grew up in Paducah, Kentucky with my mom, dad, brother and two sisters. We took yearly camping vacations to faraway places such as Colorado. 🙂 My mom was an artist and enrolled me in oil painting classes starting at age twelve. In school, I loved math and science (especially science) as well as writing and literature.
When I was 14, I had a film shown on NBC television which made me something of a local celebrity for a couple of weeks (fame is fleeting!)
I later graduated from Auburn University where I studied Industrial Engineering and Journalism. War Eagle!
After college, I drifted around the country before settling in New York City where I gradually worked my way up the design world until I was hired by The New York Times in their digital photo department. I also digitally composed a cover for TIME magazine.
Soon though, I headed west to San Francisco to join in the multimedia revolution. Fun times! After a few years as a game producer I moved on to 3D animation and web graphics.
Currently, I am the founder and creative director at Digital Arts Media in San Francisco. Also (props to me), I just received my Associates Degree in Cinema Production from City College of San Francisco (4.0 GPA)! As always, I’m excited about what the future will bring and can’t wait to see what happens next!