I grew up in the sleepy 'lil town of Weekie Wachie, where I developed a love for the beautiful outdoors. My family moved to the great state of Tennessee when I was 7 years old and it was there that I found my love for art, by dipping my hands in paint and slapping it on some paper.
Raised on farm fresh eggs and my daddy's guitar playing, Tennessee will forever be my home. The people I was surrounded by were extremely supportive of my young talent and presented me with many of the the opportunities that have led me to where I am today.
Working with a non-profit organization dedicated to aiding young sex trafficking victims by using my skills is one of my proudest memories, and an example of the powerful and profound nature of art.
Giving people joy through my work is a source of happiness for me. I am blessed to have done so many projects, and met so many amazing people along my journey. It's something I never would have dreamt possible. So, thank you to all of those who have supported me along the way, and to those who will support me in the future.
God bless y'all, I look forward to every next adventure.