I’ve always thought of being true to oneself as a worshipful act. That seeking to better oneself while not taking it all too seriously is a difficult but crucial task, and if it doesn’t lead to madness first, then perhaps we could better the world with it.
I grew up in a small town in the Pacific Northwest, concocting all manner of make believe and always working on a large writing project of some sort. A deep love for storytelling and science manifested very early, and writing was where I first hit my stride as a storyteller.
I studied biology, writing, and Spanish at George Fox University, and when I graduated in 2015, I threw myself into studying illustration and comics at Academy of Art University in San Francisco, and graduated with a Master’s of Fine Arts in 2018.
The goal is to pursue novel-writing, comic-making, and whatever else my love of fiction brings me to.
This blog is a hodgepodge of creative effort—of fiction blurbs and updates and aspirations, of faith and spirituality, of identity and self-acceptance as I do my utmost to learn how to be a force for good on this earth.
This is my voice.
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