From the start I had no interest in make-up or shoes, like the other girls. I wanted to get messy and make something beautiful. While my friends were in Home Economics, I was in Shop and Art class. The lessons I learned early on have been invaluable to me.
As I grew up I continued to paint and draw. Taking art in college and eventually landing a tattoo apprenticeship in 2001.
I did my first mural in 2003. In 2011 I started apprenticing for a local faux painter, Old World Artists. There I learned to bend the rules of paint and take it to the extreme.
When I'm not working for clients, I'm creating for the fun of it. I build furniture, play with resin and paint canvas.