Art Center College of Design (Illustration)
I am a working entertainment illustrator and designer with a passion and enthusiasm for teaching and helping people improve their visual skills. Undergoing grueling hours to put together a portfolio is something that I know quite a bit about! Whether it's to help you through that portfolio process and create strong work, or just a general curiosity and eagerness to learn about art - I'm very eager to lend a hand!
I have a firm belief that visual communication and basic art training is not something that comes from inherent "talent" alone. People usually define talent as your born ability to create work. I define talent as your passion and desire to learn, improve, and grow. It's like Anton Ego says in Ratatouille: "Not everyone can become a great artist; but a great artist CAN come from ANYWHERE."
I'm a graduate of Art Center College of Design's Illustration program, which put me through a rigorous and robust art foundation course that I firmly believe in passing along to my students. I am here to help with any and all basic drawing, painting, composition, style, or design principles. As a working designer in the entertainment field, I'm also here to help anyone who struggles with learning how to create digital work. I am proficient in Adobe Photoshop and have a good working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator.
I generally have a typical work day schedule that confines my weekday hours to the evening, but my weekends are free. :) Just contact me, and we'll try and work something out! Greetings!
I am a working entertainment illustrator and designer with a passion and enthusiasm for teaching and helping people improve their visual skills. Undergoing grueling hours to put together a portfolio is something that I know quite a bit about! Whether it's to
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