Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been interested in the creative arts. I wrote a children’s book that my elementary school published when I was just 9 years old and, before that, I was performing in front of my family and church community in plays and magic shows.
When I reached high school, I further pursued this career path. In high school, I wrote a compilation of short stories, poems, speeches, and essays. I publicly presented one of those speeches, entitled “How Young Adults Can Show Leadership in Their Community,” to a panel that awarded me $300 and won the competition. I wrote, directed, and produced a weekly television news program that aired on public access with a cast of characters I had chosen. I followed up my compilation with a novel, from which I created some short films with my group of friends.
I decided to create a website to list all of these things I was doing with my friends. In that vein is how I began learning web design on my own, and would continue to do so for several years before finally obtaining formal education at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida in 2004. Since then, I have done many more personal websites, as well as continue to publish my own literary musings on them. I also have been working on interactive projects for the past couple of years, and have had several freelance jobs on the side in video and web design.
My love for the creative arts is still strong, and I am always looking to sharpen my skills and learn new ones. Please take a look at the sampling of my work assembled here on this website. If you like what you see, please contact me and I can make your creative project a reality.