During my very early school life I had a very logical, creative and studious disposition that loaned itself well to fields like Science, Maths, Art and IT.
However I struggled to relate to my peer group. I found school life difficult when socialising and would sometimes feel bullied and left out. At this time I would use computer games to relax leading to a later affinity with the medium. At this time I had a choice, to fight or to give in: I chose to fight and overcome my problems with sheer hard work, raw determination and patient persistence.
To this day I still have those qualities; I made my choice and so I’m a fighter pushing myself to achieve. My early life has become a great source of strength, motivation and has instilled in me the desire to be the best I can be.
As I moved to secondary school I faced similar challenges. At this time I started using Macromedia Flash and other tools to create films, games and artworks from the age of 12 upwards. I loved drawing and I found that artistic outlets really helped me cope whilst developing my drawing and creative skills; aided by music.