I was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, and spent the first 9 years of my life moving regularly throughout the southern United States, living in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. After this stint, I spent the remainder of my childhood living with my grandparents in Marietta, Ohio, before leaving for college. I attended Wheaton College for 4 years, graduating in 2016 with a bachelors of science in Biology.  During my undergrad, I took on many artistic and legal pursuits in addition to my studies.  I competed in collegiate mock trial at the national championship level, served as a senior editor and PR manager for Wheaton’s undergraduate law review, and took several credit hours in studio painting classes.

Since graduating, I’ve held many administrative assistant positions for a variety of businesses.  Currently I am a futures broker at a small trading firm, and in my free time I am studying film with the hopes of getting into screen writing and eventually directing, writing my first novel, and pooling my total portfolio here.

Throughout my life, I have constantly held a dichotomous interest in the analytical and the artistic, the logical and the creative, the wise and the whimsical. I hope this website will serve as a means of exploring the combination of these two mental hemispheres in pursuit of freedom of thought, freedom of expression, and a Freedom of the Presch.