I was born in 1998 and have lived in Tucson, Arizona for my entire life. I had a variety of interests growing up, from ventriloquism and magic tricks to Linux and typewriters. In addition, I had grand delusions of being an author; hence, the blog portion of this website, where I mostly talk about theology.
I am also a musician. I began piano lessons at the age of 9, joined the choir in middle school, and began composing and arranging in high school. By the time I graduated, I knew I wanted to pursue music in college. As of May 2020, I hold a bachelor of music degree in music composition from The Master’s University.
Along the way, I’ve proven to have a knack for both typesetting and engraving and an eye for proofreading. Sometimes in my compositions, the process of engraving has given me more joy than the act of composing. I’m one of the weird people who finds formatting fun.
If you need someone like that in your life, here I am. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.