I graduated with a Bachelors Degree from an art school in Miami called International Fine Arts College. I was also given the opportunity to finish some of my studies at Parsons School of Design in New York and the Rhode Island School of Design. While in Florida, I had the opportunity to intern at Disney World for two weeks. I also interned for my duration of school with a design studio that specialized in catalog/model photoshoots & music video filming in Miami. In New York, I had the opportunity of interning with MTV.
I spent most of my life learning everything possible about art. As the education continued, so did the artistic jobs, landscape design, custom airbrushing & detailing, fine art creation, multimedia, three-dimensional computer graphics, graphic design, video editing, music production, directing & writing. I had the opportunity to work for companies that mass produced my designs in the millions like catalogs, direct mail and plastic stadium cups. I also had the chance to work in the Military Industrial Complex as a civilian.
At the turn of the century, I was producing & recording music. I helped establish Mountain Music Publishing and KaliBear Records for Stonewall Thomas. Then stepping to the next level, leaving my designing job at Skyline Displays & Trade Shows. I started my own design company called Sky High Productions. At the height of Sky High's business, I had a record label with over 30 artists; the first digital recording studio in the area; a video production service; a DJ Entertainment service; a full in-house design studio with over 70 clients; a photography & video studio for filming & photo shoots; and a website generating 2 million hits by it's 3rd year.
By 2004, I began to strictly DJ for weddings, parties and day/nightclubs. Continuing to design on the side for clients. Through 2009 I had hosted over 1000 shows, festivals and events as DJ SkyHigh.
Also recently, my produced artwork, reached the "billion mark" on printed pieces that have been created and in circulation globally by 2008.