Born in 1992 to actor parents, I grew up in a creative household and began experimenting with art from a young age. Though I was always interested in artwork as a hobby, I didn’t consider it a career path until landing a chance internship at the web design firm Curious Oranj. Joyous at the realization that art could be a profession, I threw myself into my creative studies. Taking courses in multiple art mediums, and teaching myself the basics of flash animation and digital art I managed to enroll in the prestigious MICA college.

After a wonderful four years, I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2014 with a major in animation and a concentration in illustration. Despite my specialized studies I consider myself a versatile artist with interests ranging from homemade lace, to painting dolls, to taxidermy, to tattoo design. I am always learning, and frequently study new art forms and technique.

I am currently a freelance illustrator located in Seattle, Washington.




iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation)
Apple Pencil (2nd generation)
21.5-inch iMac with Retina 4K display
Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16"
Redragon K585 One-Handed Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for macros


Clip Studio Paint PRO


All of my brushes are either custom made by me, or brushes available in the official Clip Studio asset library.

I apologize, but it is difficult for me to point to exact brushes used as I rename them all for ease of use. Thus it is difficult for me to find them again in the asset library.


Digital art is my medium of choice for commissioned artwork, but for personal projects I also use a wide range of traditional materials!

Some of my favorites are the Winston & Newton watercolor compact set, Iwata eclipse HP-CS airbrush, Uni Kurutoga mechanical pencil 0.3mm, Koh-i-noor 5310 all metal lead holder 5.6mm, and Noodlers Standard Flex fountain pen.