I know, there’s no About button at the top. I like the aesthetic of only three buttons. It ruins the symmetry when I add another one.
I built my website when I failed AP Chemsitry II. It showed off a grand landing page and tons of pictures. It felt stuffy.
It’s cleaner now. Feels like a hotel pillow.
I left high school after my third year to pursue an online income. I love making aesthetic things (art) but I was open to anything to get started.
I found Praxis, a program for mold-breakers. I went through their bootcamp and moved to Austin as a Sales Rep for one of their business partners. After two months, I decided the company was not for me.
I converted a van and drove around the United States. I loved every second. Being in the isolated wilderness made me feel alive and the simplicity of living in a van brought me unmatched peace.
I taught myself to make engaging videos and used the money for gas and food. My portfolio grew. Everything changed when people came to me for work, rather than the other way around.
I connected with Bonanza in Detroit. We worked together on a contract basis for months until I finally decided to move to work with the team.
Now I live in Detroit. I love it. The team at Bonanza are my people and this is my city. I spend every day working on projects that excite me. I hold immense gratitude for my life.