Traditional visual arts has always been a fixture in my life since I was a little child. I found my familiarity of drawing first through illustrating characters from both well-known fairytales as well as self-crafted short stories. As I was growing into middle school, I felt more comfortable with designing buildings and interiors. Today, I delight in both illustrating portraits as well as architectural renderings. In my spare time, I put my heart into designing fictional characters and the world they live in, to lend life to my speculative fiction-writing.

Digital arts, on the other hand, was borne out of my familiarity with Adobe Photoshop and web design. For the former, I had dabbled in since I was in third grade, puzzling over the cause and effect of different tools as early as Photoshop 2. For web design, I had played with making my own little interactive stories since the days of Geocities. I expanded my repertoire to Illustrator and InDesign in high school, and have only just begun familiarizing myself with Premiere in the last couple of months.