During my early childhood years, born as an epileptic, I had many challenges battling with seizures. All I can ever recall in childhood was spending day-after-day lying in the hospital bed whenever a terrible seizure incident happened. Eventually it got so bad that I was forced into having brain surgery on my left temporal lobe caused by a seizure that lasted literally hours without end. At this time, I was in grade 2 at the age of 8. BC Children’s Hospital became my second home after the countless amount of hospital trips I’ve taken throughout my life. After these events, I was left with even more challenges on top of the seizures. I was officially moved into the sector as a person with disability because I struggle with learning challenges and an expressive language disorder with processing the words spoken through my mouth, as well as reading comprehension. I could process visuals, but processing words/speech was very difficult for me. My whole childhood was about my own survival and figuring out how to rewire my brain.
During the process of recovering from my brain surgery, I found that the language of visual art has been a direct form of communication I’ve learned to master growing up. Not only that, but storytelling through the psychology of color and visuals has been an anchor in helping me with my learning challenges. Interestingly, during this process, I found that the more in touch with art I was, the more clairvoyant I became. I’ve been able to channel information from higher beings and see people’s soul through visions I received just by being in their presence. My intuition has grown exponentially stronger whenever I’m creating something artistic. However, my spiritual gifts have been something I kept secret only for my self growing up. My family grew up Christian, so I always felt like an outsider because of it. Art was something I was always acknowledge for, but never my spiritual gifts. It was extremely isolating for me because I was taught that Art and Spirit had to be separate from each other.
Once I attended art school to get my diploma in visual effects, that intuitive art process of learning was a whole different story. I intentionally attended art school to not only further my artistic gifts growing up, but also to truly understand where and how I could integrate my intuitive gifts of channeling cosmic information with my art together, in a way that would keep me aligned with my highest purpose. But instead, attending art school has the exact opposite affect. I’ve felt like I’ve lost a part of myself, where I was very limited to my creativity from my surroundings in art school… in ways I couldn’t express. I was taught that art had to be done a certain way in order to be successful. But I knew deep in my heart that I wanted something more than what I was taught and limited to. My instructors and all the staff there have built up walls around my spiritual gifts of channelling and ascension that I wanted to incorporate into my art. My spiritual side was the foundation of what kept me and my creative blood flowing. However, that wasn’t accepted. So basically, I was in a school system where things had to be one way, all the students were taught to be taking the same path. But I knew I wasn’t one of them. I could feel the sensation that I wasn’t meant to belong in the industry all of my good friends were heading into. I knew that the workplace I had to be in wasn’t one where it’s just for the sake of making money to survive. But instead, a place where I’m helping people contribute to the spiritual evolution. That’s when I chose to merge my art & my spirituality together.
Where I decided to create Lightwork Media. I took all the knowledge I learned based on my learning in VFX, photography, 3D, and graphic design and decided to use those skills in a way that truly captures the essence of people’s soul. Promoting Millenial Lightworkers in a visual way that captivates and vibrates the essence of their soul, truly fulfills my heart.
That keeps me ambitious everyday to help others find their voice so they can play a role in unifying the world. And overall, express themselves from their heart and soul unapologetically.