About Me

 I have worked professionally as a commercial illustrator, finish animator, character designer, sculptor, t-shirt illustrator, graphic designer, tattoo artist, muralist, faux-finish painter, album cover reproduction artist, airbrusher, concert backdrop painter, caricaturist, and editorial cartoonist.  I was raised in a liberal family and grew-up unknowingly submerged within the default Left-wing environment.  Both my parents, who I love very much, were compulsory public school teachers.  After high school, I entered a State University to study painting.  I earned my B.A. in Fine Art with an emphasis in studio painting, but I never once saw an art teacher touch a paintbrush.  While in college, I drew live caricatures and airbrushed t-shirts at a popular Southern California theme park for four years.  I very much consider this period, as I sat alone in a kiosk madly drawing surrounded by sunburnt tourists, to be my primary art education.  I did learn some things in college, but, unfortunately, not about painting.  I learned that the entire field of Fine Art, and academia itself, had long ago been purposefully destroyed by the Left through Marxism and Postmodernism.  It was upon my graduation that my education truly began.