Oh hey! My name is
I've worked in digital marketing since graduating college. In February 2016, I decided it was time to stop working towards someone else's dream. It was time to start working towards my own dreams.
I never lose. I only win or learn.
Creativity is in my DNA
I've created art my entire life. But it wasn't until 2016 that I gained the confidence to pursue art full-time.
After graduating from UC Davis, I began working in social media and digital marketing. I've worked with startups to publicly traded companies, and realize that everyone wants the same thing. Attention. Over the past 8 years, I've helped brands stand out in a very noisy digital world.
To Full-Time Artist
During a trip to Barcelona, Spain in early 2016, I decided that it was time to stop working to build someone else's dreams. It was time to pursue my own. I've always been passionate about art, but never had the courage (until now) to pursue art full-time.
Follow The Journey
Connect with me wherever you prefer.
- Motivational quotes
- Random selfies
- Previews of new art
- Unfiltered awesomness
- Behind the scenes in my studio
- Nuggets of wisdom
- My opinions in 140 characters
- Video tweets
- Random rantings
Don’t take my word for it
"If anyone can make it,
Carol Loftus (my grandma)
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of art do you make?
My preferred medium is spray paint and stencil. However, I do not limit my art to one specific medium. I just follow the vibes of the day..
Who are the biggest inspirations or influences for you?
From an artistic standpoint, I really like Shepard Fairey, C215, Paper Monster, Andy Warhol, and Jackson Pollock. On the business and personal branding side of things, I'm a huge fan of Gary Vaynerchuk, Casey Neistat, Tim Ferriss, and John Romaniello.
Are you that dude who hacked Tinder and holds the world record for Tinder matches?
Yes. That was me..
What are you currently working on?
I am in the middle of a project called #90DaysToMOMA where I am trying to get my art into the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) in just 90 days. I am working with MKW FIlms to produce a short film every day for 90 days straight.