I love to model, and I love the process and problem solving involved with recreating objects in 3D. I also enjoy 3D sculpting, 3D printing my works, and I am endlessly fascinated with the technology that allows me to bring a virtual concept into the material world. Though I enjoy realism, my heart lies with stylized and low-poly modeling, because I’m a storyteller at heart and I strongly feel that stylized worlds present the most immersive opportunities to tell creative and imaginative stories in an interactive manner. I use my models in visual storytelling, to tell the player more about the atmosphere and history of the world they are playing in. As a child, I always used my imagination to tell stories and make up worlds, and early Playstation-era video games like Spyro and Ty the Tasmanian Tiger were a huge inspiration to me. I loved playing in those colorful fantasy worlds full of different environments and creatures, and these games have influenced my artistic vision. I want to evoke in my viewers the same simple joy of getting lost and playing in colorful, interactive and storied worlds that I felt as a child, and create experiences that will stick with them long after leaving these worlds.