Reminiscing back to early moments of creativity, taking apart household appliances and seeing how to create something new has an influence on taking ideas and figuring out a fun and powerful way to put them together. Moving on from my reverse engineering to building sculptures, I found that creating a moment in motion had the most impact. Flowing lines and peaks in emotional expressions brought me to kinetic sculpture. Mixing physical movement with my passion of storytelling has been such a great adventure in itself. The past 5 years I've been collaborating with corporations through motion graphics to tell stories and reach audiences with the most important topics of today and the future. Conservation of the state of the world, human rights, poverty, and general happiness of the world has been the center of my work. Meeting my wife through one global adventure has been such a wonderful addition to my life. What a journey: love, laugh, care and collaborate.