I was clearly excited to start School of Visual Arts in New York City after attending University of Colorado and North Carolina State University. I could not decide on a major, so I went from liberal arts to mathematics before applying to the School of Visual Arts. The biggest hurdle came when I presented to my parents the plan of going to art school. They asked a lot of questions and I am not fond of explaining myself.
I was awestruck by my instructors. Marshall Arisman, William Low, and Kurt Vargo were just some of them. They allowed me to create, expand, and understand the methods of being a visual artist.