Endless Theory is an outlet for my creative growth. By posting online and getting feedback, I will expand my knowledge and harness my creative edge.
At about the age of 10(1993) I started programing in QBasic. At that time there weren’t any good skateboarding games, so I began to write my own. It was very basic and only had stick figures, but it was amazing to me.
Later, around 1995, I started my journey on the internet. I bought my first domain name in 1996, SIRDNA.com (which is my name backwards), and since at that time there were no good skateboarding websites around, I started my own. At first it was just a hobby, but soon my reviews, articles, videos, and photos, were gaining popularity. I added some banners and started making some money every month from my site. Soon, skateboard companies started sending me products to review, I was getting videos submitted from skaters all over the world and found myself on the PITCREW team, a local skateshop. I continue SIRDNA.com until 2001 and decided to give up the site since I had to give up skating competitively due to a heart condition I found out I had.
During highschool, I entered several national web/graphic design contests. I placed 1st in two of them and 2nd in the other one, winning over $10,000 in scholorships and a laptop computer. Also, I was featured in Frederick Magazine and the Wallstreet Journal for my websites and awards.
Now, I stay active, playing golf when I can and going to the gym. I work fulltime for an internet company and do lots of freelance work on the side. In my sparetime I like to mess around with 3D shit, motion graphics, writing scripts, directing, shooting, and editing shorts with my friends/family.