Throughout my career, I’ve had the great fortune to work on some truly inspiring projects, while meeting many influential and creative individuals along the way. I believe in working together to create a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. For more information about my experience, portfolio, or how we can collaborate on an upcoming project, get in touch today.
I was raised on the principle that part of being American means service to others.
After high school, I dedicated myself to 8 years of service in the Marine Corps, and have looked for opportunities to help folks in need ever since. My passion for motorsports led me to the "Ride for Kids", which is an event that I've been involved with now for close to two decades.
Ride for Kids
Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
A long-time passion of mine has been to volunteer for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation's "Ride for Kids" activities each year. Primarily, I work as a photographer for their ride events, as well as sell raffle tickets and raise awareness at the Los Angeles International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach each year.
A truly great cause and an organization that ensures so many families get the support and resources they need to help their children battle this devastating disease.
United States Marine Corps
Staff Sergeant | 1991-1998
As a member of the Marines, I learned to core tenents of leadership, discipline, and esprit de corps.
In my military occupation, I trained and worked as an advanced electronics technician in telecommunications.
This experience helped forge the foundation upon which I've lived my entire life, and prepared me for my work as a designer by reinforcing my understanding of complex electro-mechanical systems; a skill I have put to use extensively in my post-military, civilian career.
I'm proud of my time in service and will carry the brotherhood forged during that time, for the rest of my life.