My love of art started when I was young. I loved drawing, especially anatomy; hands, arms, legs, muscles, etc and then drawing them dissected! When I was in high school I dabbled in screen printing during a graphic art class and really enjoyed it. I started doing very basic/raw designs for the high school athletic teams. After high school, I attended The Art Institute of Pittsburgh where I got into comic book art and drawing comic book style art. I was offered a job with an independent publishing company but turned it down because I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with my life. After college, reality (being an adult) set in and I quit drawing to find what I thought was a “life career”. I did not draw for 6-7 years and that was upsetting to me. I found a job at a promotional product company and that is where it all started again! Among my responsibilities was screen printing t-shirts. I loved it and did a fantastic job! My boss said “you should do it for a living!?
So with that, I started my own small screen printing company and got a job at a big t-shirt printing company. I did both for a few years but it became too much so I sold my company and just worked at the printing company. I worked there for several years but still hadn’t found my ‘niche’. I really loved cars and racing and wanted to focus on that. So I left the printing company and started my own freelance graphic design company specializing in race art. It really took off. I still have the company and do everything from race designs, business designs, team apparel and much more! I recently moved to Arkansas where I was offered a job with a big screen printing company specializing in racing graphics in Arkansas. I really enjoy it. Between that and my own business. I think I may have almost found my “niche.” And now here I am on BadBonz Designs to share my love of art and vehicles with you!

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