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 a teacher touch a brush.  While in college, I drew live caricatures and airbrushed t-shirts at a popular American theme park for four years.  I very much consider this period, as I sat alone in a kiosk madly drawing while 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 Postmodernism.  Upon graduation, my education truly began.