I was born in Brunswick, Georgia. My family moved to Macon when I was in the second grade. We later moved to Lizella, Georgia when I was in the fourth grade. I attended a small school there and later went on to graduate from Willingham High School in 1977. I worked as a machinist and industrial technician for about 18 years. I have worked in graphic arts for production since the advent of 3D animation and the ability to produce computer graphics. The first few pieces I produced I created with airbrush and hand painting. Work had to be camera ready and meticulous. As soon as I found an opportunity I started working with computer graphics. I knew of a advertising and production company who was buying some new equipment, so I worked cheap in order to learn the software. Eventually I got a paying gig with several production companies in Macon and Atlanta, Georgia. During the Atlanta Olympics, I rented a small room in North Atlanta in order to work with a production company. I was still trying to commute back to Macon as often as possible, and it all caught up with me after a couple of years. I graduated from Butler County Community College in 2012. I currently reside in Madison, Alabama with my wife.