In April of 2011, my friends and I created an online animated web series project called Inanimate Insanity hosted on YouTube. The project started as just a fun hobby, but quickly expanded over the past 9 years into a full-fledged animated online show that earns hundreds of thousands of followers and subscribers.
I quickly learned that I loved to create content that someone could enjoy just like I did when I was younger. Someone could watch my animations and be inspired to take on a new challenge. Whether I could make an audience laugh or cry, I felt overjoyed when my work could influence someone to have some kind of reaction - especially if I could get them to think. Working together with a crew of creative individuals all with the same goal to get a project done invigorates me to push myself to create the best I can, even if I have to work day and night.
I have taken on several roles over the series run of 31 episodes, including:
My crew and I also manage the series' official website, YouTube Channel, Twitter and Facebook.