The work associated with my creative process spans 4 decades since the late 70's. My grandmother stated I was the reincarnation of Pablo Picasso. She also sat me in front of Bob Ross my whole childhood, in fact, I still watch him til this day. I dive into several mediums exploring trying to find myself in my artistic fellowship. When I do reach that point in the mid-90's I start to see the digital transition take place and yet another medium to add to the fellowship. So many people that know of my traditional talents suggested pursuing a digital career of design. I did some what 12 years later after the digital transition took over. My entrance was through Adobe and The Art Insitute Of Pittsburgh racking up on credentials and awards, for technical academic proficiency "bachelors of science in graphic design/ visual arts". I am also certified in several adobe certifications with the creative cloud of applications in the network.
My musical talents and my 3 decades of the street art and graffiti medium pushed me to develop these digital design skills in order to package and market myself for the music industry. My goal has always been to combine my art and music for a powerful emotionally driven performance. I am also a veteran and legendary graffiti artist from the NYC area since the late 80's. I suppose the lifestyle pursuing my musical dreams became obstacles. Reveaulating myself and taking advantage of the arts education and higher learning system. I attacked my education even harder than a canvas achieving honor roll status for the past three years. I have come a long way from the "Subway tunnels to the gallery walls".
In the month and a half that I have been apart of your network, I have breached the 60 thousand views. Still, struggle with likes and followers. Which is sort of confusing based on so many views but I respect it.Other than I have a hell of a story with over four decades of experience chasing my arts fellowship. Which I have come to understand it is a life long process, thank you and stay blessed. please follow the links.