Since 2019, digital art has become my main form of expression and release. My iPad never leaves my side in case I get random bursts of ideation that I need to scribble down. Click here to view some of my favorite digital works.
I’ve always had a love and admiration for photography. It’s one thing to draw something fictitious or to recreate a scene with a pencil, but the ability to capture entire emotions and events in one photo is something I’ve always felt was beautiful or inspiring. Since receiving my first camera as a gift at 14, I was given opportunities to work as an event photographer. I’ve shadowed close friends and family who work in the field, in addition to taking a course at the Art Institute of Philadelphia. Click here to view some of my work in this field.
Many artist will tell you that the words “Can you draw my tattoo,” are not uncommon once your art is available for the public to see. Tattoo design is something I’ve been wanting more experience in the further I explore digital art and graphic design. I’ve not only designed tattoos for many of my close friends. Actually, half of the tattoos on my own body are my work. While I’m currently god awful with a tattoo machine, I do love the idea of creating a design from someone else’s imagination for the purpose of decorating their skin and just making it feel like home for them. Click here to view some of the tattoos I’ve designed and what they looked like after being tattooed.
From sketching to painting murals, I’ve found a love and passion for every form of art. I believe that art is everything, everywhere. I strive to express myself in whatever way provides the most release and can accurately represent the things I’ve felt or experienced. Through the experience I’ve gained from this, I’m given many opportunities for work. Click to view murals and canvases I’ve commissioned, sketches and drawings I’ve done in bursts of creativity, and more.