Grew up in a family that nurtured by a father who works part time as a tailor and a mother who own a small grocery store in an average supermarket, how I become across and being interest in art properly pretty unusual. I was born and raised in Sai Gon, Viet Nam. I spent most my childhood life out on the street playing with my relatives rather than focus on study like other kids at my age. I started to get interests in art by came across my cousin's sketchbook. I was amaze and impress by her drawing skills so I decided to draw my own sketchbook. I started off with tracing over a drawing, then draw by observation, and then later by my imagination.
When I came over to the U.S. I had many difficulties yet I still want to take as many art classes as I could since I know that properly the only thing that help me connect with others to fill the gap of communication. Even though I picked architect when I first got into college just because I was confident in my strongest subjects, art and math, later then I realized I was too naive. I found out that architect was too strict for me, I still want to design yet have more freedom, and I was told to try graphic design and I love it ever since.