I build websites. I write stories.
I create worlds in pixels and paint.
And I dream of innovation.


I've been building things all my life. It began with Legos, Construx, and Lincoln Logs, but in the nineties—when we crossed the threshold into the age of the internet—I started building things digitally. Geocities was my gateway drug. AOL was my dealer.

Growing up, I also had a healthy addiction to comic books, fantasy and scifi, Marvel trading cards, and Saturday morning cartoons. As I grew older, my exposure to these mediums helped to nurture an interest in storytelling. I wanted to make comics and superhero cartoons, write books and screenplays, and create games, among other things. Bottom line, ever since I was a kid I've wanted to weave my own stories and share them with the world. To create something special and unique.

The bulk of my career to date has been focused on visual and experiential storytelling through graphic design and user experience. The mediums of UX and user-centered design enable me to tell a story of a different color, a story of experience as another chapter in a grander codex of the universal mythos of our society. It's just another way I can weave my stories on the web by day, while I write my more passionate prose by night, the special and unique narratives inspired by my childhood delights.

My Latest

Here's a glimpse of my latest art, with full versions in my portfolio. Also find me on Rarible for my NFTs.

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The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. — Eleanor Roosevelt

I'm a thinker, a dreamer, an aspiring innovator. I'm a techie, a geek, a cyberpunk and self-professed nerd. I like dragons and swords and sorcery. I imagine a techno-future with an immersive virtual reality internet and an infinite cyber-spatial cosmic underworld. I meet new characters every day in a world of hyper-kinetic pseudo-cerebral fiction.

I have one goal in this world: to create. To take an idea, the humble seed of a story, and to plant it, to water it and nurture it. To grow it into a tangible creation, a flowering narrative of inspiration and imagination, a work of my own subconscious. Be it a website, a book, a drawing, a painting, or a poem, in the end I've built something that started out in my mind as a simple idea, and I've brought it into the world as a representation of my own personal fiction.

From Concept

To Code

To Creation

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"If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is — infinite."
— William Blake