I have always loved toys. Since I was a young boy, all the action figures I wished I had but could never really afford. I grew to collect them once I got older and began making my own money, which led me to the world of bootleg toys. A world of crossover creatives modifying beloved […]Read More The Home Video Collection
I have many ideas, and some of those ideas are for podcasts. I began work on some ideas with an old roommate of mine, Paul. But Paul got some great opportunities elsewhere and had to move away. That stalled things a bit, seeing as he was the master audio engineer with a great knack for […]Read More Podcasts in Development
As an attempt to bring together young creatives from all different walks of life and different skill sets to form a collective, I created third.i.tired, with the assistance of my friend Stefana. The goal is to have a platform for young people to come together to collaborate on different projects to help build everyone’s portfolios, […]Read More third.i.tired
My mantra towards fashion and my whole outlook towards it has always been, “Why make more, when we have so much we can re-use and upcycle?”. I have the abilities to pattern draft garments from scratch and construct them but I feel the amount of waste it creates, to only one day become more and […]Read More underbellysociety
In 2014, while working full-time as an embroidery machine operator in Kingston Ontario, I had come up with something I did not think I would ever flesh out into reality. The Plaidypus Tail is my brainchild to bring some function to a fashion trend that has been a staple that comes and goes quite often. The […]Read More The Original Plaidypus Tail
The Grow Up. series is an exploratory painting series comprising of over 30 canvas pieces. It is an exploration into a nostalgic mind, that was raised by fiction. How the characters of our childhoods, that we admired so much, have helped to shape us. And how a generation that has been fed so much pop-culture […]Read More Grow up.
DIMEBAGCREW// 2012 After flunking out of college on my first try, I was young, stupid, and didn’t know as much as I thought I did. It was a wild time of youthful expression and recklessness. A lot of very low points, sprinkled with very high peaks. There were times I had nothing, and no one. […]Read More DimeBagCrew