For those of us that chose to chase art, it is not a career or a hobby, but rather, a way of living. While we all see the world differently, something occurs to me when I take a moment to look around: my imagination buzzes with ideas about my surroundings. I have always enjoyed art from an early age. My earliest memory of my fascination with art is of me doodling on paper and creating cards for my family on holidays and special occasions. I can remember spending most of my childhood drawing and being inspired to make and design anything and everything! This love of art has stayed with me and developed and grew as I've gotten older. In this present moment in my life, I cannot imagine wanting to do anything else.
Besides art, I've also always been deeply interested in computing. My older brother begged our mother to buy our first computer in 1995 and cost my mother an arm and a leg. This is what first sparked my interest. I can always remember the curious feeling of wanting to know just how computers worked, why they worked and what else they could do. I never realized what an invaluable trait that was of mine to want to learn and analyze something.
My curiosity for computers never left me, only growing more profound with every new discovery I made. From communicating with artificial intelligence to seeing the wonders of the internet for the first time, computers have left me fascinated with just how much power they hold. This desire of mine to understand the immense world of computers lead me to teach myself programming languages such as HTML, CSS, Jquery, PHP and many more. This love of computers has made me dive head first into computer building and Engineering.
I consider myself blessed to have grown up in the era when computers were just starting to expand exponentially in their capabilities. Design is my passion and computers and their inner workings are my fascination.