Drawing, playing video games and watching TV have always been my favorite past times as a child. However, it wasn’t until high-school when I began turning these activities seriously from hobbies into a passion. When I joined the my school's AP Studio Art class I started to think about art and design as a career choice. Building my portfolio for college was my first time creating concept art and prior to that I mostly did traditional still-life drawings. It was a breath of fresh air, what I enjoyed more about concept art was how I was able to express my design ideation, this ultimately led me to the decision of building a portfolio around digital concept pieces even though it would've been the more comfortable at the time to create a more traditional fine art portfolio. Since then, I knew working with others to help visualize their ideas and stories through concept art would be my driving passion.