This is the part where I tell you who I am - rather what goes on in my mind. You can say that I'm an animated creator: I draw, I write, I paint and I can design graphically. Some may say that my ideas don't always meet the status quo, but when I'm motivated and passionate about an idea I usually just run with it and let the chips fall where they may. However, when it comes to a place of business, I welcome direction! I want to be able to utilize my talents to their fullest extent, not only to benefit the progression of the company, but to prove that I can be a valuable asset in its success - either as a full-time employee or a freelance artist. My goals remain the same.

I've been drawing almost all my life and I still love to do it, but I've been working with graphics in the fashion world for the past 15 years. Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop are my main programs, but that doesn't stop me from learning different kinds of software to further enhance my skills as an artist. For example: I have brief experience in web design, studying Adobe Dreamweaver and HTML. Also, I've gotten my hands a bit dirty in animation by working with Adobe Flash, After Effects and the discontinued, Image Ready. At this moment, I'm currently wetting my beak into the juggernaut of 3D software, Autodesk Maya.

One of my proudest accomplishments has been getting my first novel published, (self-published, may I add) back in 2013: The Angelites. It's still available in some of the largest online market sites, such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iTunes. I'm currently wrapping up the reboot of my novel, which will include added content and an alternate ending to hopefully attract newer readers. It will be re-released this Fall, with all stories to follow in the Angelites series going forward from this point. Good or bad, no more rewrites!! 

Are you brave enough to take the journey with me? Then, I offer you my hand! Let's ride on this roller coaster ride of storytelling together!

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