I was born in Anaheim California in the year 1972. Raised in an era of emerging telecommunication and digital dominance. For many years television was my greatest comfort, and now I spend a whole 'lotta time looking at the little computer screen I carry around in my pocket. I stumbled my way to a degree in art from Cal State University Long Beach. My work is primarily a form of visual therapy in which I reminisce, celebrate, and commune with the colorful pop-culture inspirations that formed the grid-work of my psychology. I currently earn my bread money working as a lead letter brush artist for the nationwide art concession company Kaman's Art Shoppes. I literally spend a large portion of my life in fantasyland and it seems completely appropriate. I live in Long Beach with my brilliant wife Hillary and a moody cat named Gabriel.