I hate the typical "artist's bio" and writing about my creative endeavors in the third person. In my opinion it's reductive and perhaps at times ingenue.
While I've had a lifelong compulsion to create in some form or other, it wasn't until after college, and somewhat by accident, that I found myself navigating the endeavor of a career as an artist. Now, almost ten years in, my work has evolved into a few distinct veins. I continue to work in bronze within the realm of fine art, and have also expanded into high-end resin sculpts and designer toys. While traditional clay is a medium I love and continue to use, digital sculpting using Zbrush and 3D Printing have become a huge part of the way I work, and in reality a large part of my life. I am an artist who is also a person striving to stay on the cutting edge of technology and the ways it can improve all our lives.
While I don't believe in luck, I've been lucky to have had the opportunity to be a part of some big things, if even in a small capacity. That's included working semi-regularly with Meow Wolf, prop design and fabrication for the Hollywood Film Industry, and even a project with NASA. In addittion
I am fascinated by physics, astronomy, mathematics, biology, zoology, geology, creature design, monsters, film, fantasy, science fiction, multiverse theory, time travel, folklore, history, cryptids, the supernatural, and all that great stuff that makes the world an interesting place.
I think my website will likely evolve, but for now it's a chance to see what I'm currently doing as a sculptor as well as purchasing my work.