This new site is just getting started. Big updates coming soon.

Thrilled to kick things off here! Over the years, I’ve put together various sites and platforms for my myriad of projects, but I’ve come to the realization that I want a single space to bring them all together.

This space will serve as the central hub for updates on all my endeavors. While it’s impossible to tackle everything simultaneously, I envision this as a dynamic space where I can share engaging content and insights as I navigate through different projects, sprinkled with enjoyable reflections throughout the journey.


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I’ve always had a thing for drama and story.

I received a roll of white butcher paper for Christmas around 5 years old from my uncle who drew a cartoon scene of Godzilla swatting at some tanks and planes. Best gift ever!

I spent the whole next year rolling out the paper and continuing the tale until I finally ran out of space.


Pencils, crayons, chalk, paint, whatever, I feel at home if I’m doodling around on some a piece of paper. Sometimes they make sense, sometimes not, but it makes me happy.


Most of my family is musical to some extent and I was inspired at an early age. It brings out so many emotions and has defined so much of my life as a soundtrack. A very noisy one. 🙂


It’s been a great way to explore my art. A 3d canvas you can step into and explore and get lost in; it’s been a very wild ride and a prosperous career. Plus they’re just freak’n fun!


There is so much to it, it’s insane. Narrative, imagery, world building and bringing characters to life. It’s like an amusement park, so much to play with, writing, filming, editing, vfx, sound design, Soundtrack and putting it all together into a cohesive vision. It’s a medium I really want to explore more.


Therapeutic and nerve-wracking all at the same time. I love to lose myself into just writing, and coming up with ridiculous scenarios, and seeing where things go.


I mostly dabble, but when you get a good shot, it’s pretty rewarding. Playing with composition and color and building a narrative around a still image is an art in itself.


George Lucus liked my work, mic drop!

Giving my best Sea Captain stare…argh!!!