I have been a multi-media artist since I was a child. Enjoying all kinds of medias (pencil is my favorite) I discovered this new thing called digital art. I was very excited cause I was tech savvy and wanted to get in on this. So my curious mind began to research and let me tell you... I was feeling very overwhelmed... Dating back to 1995 I was managing a professional music band and there was a demand for graphic design. We started out making posters with cut out letters from the paper and magazines to where I was able to start creating digital designs. This is when I jumped right in and committed to saturation in order to teach myself how to use CorelDRAW. Oh those nights when I wouldn’t go to bed until the sun came up. The frustrations of trial and error over and over again. What looked good on screen didn’t come out the same on the printer. Remember we did not have google search then, it was all AOL. So it was all me and Tutorials. The best graphic design program at the time was CorelDRAW 6 (first version I started to teach myself with). I used CorelDRAW up until I started learning on Photoshop v. 6.0. When Photoshop 8.0 came out in 2003, I pretty much fell in love and stuck with Photoshop. Much of my illustrations had to be done with a mouse! Oh how times have changed. Then Dreamweaver came into focus.... Thank the heavens! So when I started my own production business in Oregon, Hight Productions, in 1999 I had to learn how to build a website on top of doing graphic design cause hey, it was the thing to do! Well learning code on notepad and getting it on the server was a pain. Back then Dreamweaver was not Adobe yet, so when Adobe purchased it things became much easier and I started to learn code at a much faster rate and started offering my services. Including the ease of getting my graphic designs and images to display on screen the way I wanted it to. I started Grey Wolf Hosting and Web design in 2001 and still to this day I lease servers. Though I had opened other businesses that was not associated with graphics and webdesign, I continued to practice and do work for clients under my Grey Wolf Hosting and Design business up until 2014 when I stopped and became a log truck driver... I know what you may be thinking but trust me it was a good move. I continued to work freelance doing design and web work and so I decided it was time to go ahead and start the business back up under a new name and a new look.