I started off working with 3D / CAD software in college. While surfing reddit, I found out about blender 3D, I dove into the world of 3D animation and simulation. My background in CAD software made the learning curve less sharp, and I eventually started working with Maya and Realflow.
After gaining notoriety on Reddit, I began to pour even more time and effort into creating higher quality animations. Several of my animations have made the front page of Reddit, and one even made the top of r/All.