HERE'S THE DEAL:
I've been interested in art and computers since I was a little kid, hammering away at our IBM XT clone in the early 1980s. I was the kind of kid who was usually happiest with a pencil and paper in my hand, but there was something about the crude ANSI and sprite animations leaping across my three-colour monitor that ignited my imagination.
After entering the 'Gifted' curriculum stream for bright youth when I was eight years old and remaining in the program through my highschool graduation, my proficiency in the arts combined with my penchant for computers landed me at the Ontrio College of Art and Design.
My post-secondary studies were spent improving my technical skills with courses in sculpture, animation, composition and video editing. My time at OCAD also provided a historical framework and the ability to think critically about the relationship between art and technology in our modern world.
Currently living in downtown Toronto with my wife Stephanie and two cats, Hank and Earl, I have been pursuing a bevvy of freelance activities, an endeavour which feeds my insatiable lust for constant learning.
I have run the gamut of digital creativity from designing flyers, business cards and logos to creating videos, 3D models, animations, and most recently exploring the emerging world of 3D printing.