Hello! Welcome to my website. I recently graduated from Sacramento State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Anthropology. My goal is to collaborate with researchers in order to create reconstructions of our early ancestors. Although I am earning a degree in Anthropology, I am passionate about Biology and everything that it encompasses, particularly Natural history. I became inspired to pursue Anthropology after taking a class taught by Dr. Peggy Scully at Delta college. I spend many hours in their Anthropology lab studying bones and skeletons of various primates. Dr. Scully is not an artist, but she is a fabulous teacher. She always said that knowing the skeleton, the anatomy, and how things work, is the key to any drawing, and knew the importance of studying from a good collection of specimens. For me, that was my art class. Now I pass what I have learned to other artists: Seek out a good science museum, a mentor, or good specimen collection at a school, draw the life that you see around you. The world is amazing!
My work has been featured in ImagineFX’s Sketchbook section (Issue 75), ImagineFX Sketchbook Volume 2, Delta college’s Artifact and Cosumnes River college’s Journal. I have shown my artwork at both IlluXcon and Spectrum, and was a scholarship recipient for IlluXcon 6.
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