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Growing up as an only child to a single parent, I spent most of my time on my own and in my head. Having a lot of alone time during childhood, I discovered my passion for animation by filling my time with art. I spent nearly every waking hour doodling all the zany representations of who and what I wanted to see in my imagination. Everywhere I went, I had a sketchbook and pencil glued to my hand, and that carried on throughout my college career when I graduated with a degree in Fine Arts. After college, I decided to focus my resources on my career as an animator with a goal to use my talent to bring ideas to screens. As a result, I cultivated a near decade-long career spanning a variety of artistic mediums producing children’s books, animated trailers, and educational videos. With every new project needing its own unique solution kept pushing me to further the craft, improve my skills, and develop my style through daily practice and self-study. Looking back on that lonely child with the zany imagination, I understand how greatly he influenced my visual vocabulary, which is now my greatest asset that I call on every day into the art I create.  

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