Working with New Expressions inspired me to continue to develop my skills as a graphic design and illustrator. Upon graduation from high school I applied for and was accepted into the School of Graphic Design and Multimedia at Westwood College during the winter of 2002.
Westwood College, it's professors and various faculty, introduced me to a world of computer graphics and illustration. The levels of creativity you could soar to was limitless once you applied yourself and learned tools and applications of our trade. Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign and Dreamweaver! Those were the tools I used to digitaly visualization what previously was only in my mind. My passion grew and with that my learning spilled outside of the classroom. I spent countless hours at home training and learning far beyond my classroom assignments. Eventual my hard work was noticed and I became a teacher's assistant and graduated as one of the top designers in my class.
When I design, I don't believe in producing less than perfect artwork. An artist once said, "Art is never finished. Only abandoned." This is true. I can always go back and add something to my pieces.
In 2012 I returned to Westwood College to further my education with a BA in Game Art and Design.