Born in St. Louis, Missouri.
Rode the black stallion, Cass Ole, from the movie The Black Stallion.
Baptized in a video store called Captain Video, by Captain Video.
Discovered a love for drawing, and love for all the colors, in the 64 crayon box with the sharpener in the back.
Went up in the Eiffel Tower for the first time; saw the Mona Lisa, walked through the gardens at Versailles.
Was discovered at Saks Fifth Avenue and modeled on the runway at the Saks Fifth Avenue winter fashion shows.
Toured Europe with my family, rode in a gondola in Venice, celebrated Oktoberfest in Munich, collected round stones on the beaches of Cannes, and carefully studied all the royal jewels in London.
Repelled down a 144 foot cliff in Northern Minnesota.
Visited Australia and New Zealand and drove a glass-bottom boat in the Great Barrier Reef.
Took a ski trip with my family to Kitzbühel, Austria, fell in love with the Alps and spaetzle.
Won my first art award in the Creve Coeur Art Show for a bronze-casted statue of a mermaid and merman.
Graduated from Ladue Horton Watkins High School and decided that I wanted to be a Disney animator and went to the University of Central Florida on an academic scholarship.
Drew caricatures at Six Flags over Mid-America.
Spent the summer working at the Disney MGM studios on an internship, met six feature animators who graduated from the Columbus College of Art and Design.
Transferred to the Columbus College of Art and Design. Fell in love with videography and video editing.
Studied drawing and painting with Parsons School of Design in Paris, the summer that they won the World Cup for soccer.
Visited Florence, Italy and saw Michelangelo’s David, brought a sketchbook and drew him at different angles.
Decided that I didn’t want to be a Disney animator anymore, and that a career in advertising would be a better fit since my brother and dad were already in the industry.
Moved to Miami and studied Art Direction at the Miami Ad School.
Won the Top Dog award for the most outstanding work in school for that semester.
Graduated from the Miami Ad School and began to collect freelance clients in the real estate, fashion, and the music industry.
Designed t-shirts for Mr. Chips Clothing. Created the “Pope is Dope” shirt for Urban Outfitters.
Began working for Isaco International creating textile designs for menswear.
Attended the Papi Fashion show during Fashion Week and saw my illustrations for the first time on the catwalk.
Video-taped and edited behind-the-scenes video for Papi fashion shoot, met Vinci from reality show 8th and Ocean.
Collaborated on a design for the cover of a documentary that was nominated for the Latin Grammys.
Started my own fashion line, FUR, to raise money for wildlife organizations.
Began designing little girl’s fashion shoes at Elan Polo.
Picked up the bass guitar and played my first gig three days later, with the Irish Xiles, an otherwise all-Irish band.
Started a company with my mom, designing placemats, napkins and other home accessories.