An architect by profession, an artist by passion. He is an active member of the digital art community since 1999. Since then, he has contributed his experiences into the development of the digital art scene in Malaysia. Exploring new painting method and drawing are an everyday routine for him.
His passions for comic, designing characters and storytelling drive him to venture into the animation industry. Previously, he had worked his magic on the Saladin TV Series project and a few other mega projects; locally and internationally.
He is also one of the founders of Urban Comics magazine.
He decided to enroll in Film and Animation course at Multimedia University because he was tired with mathematics and science during schooldays. The decision proved to be fruitful; he found a new passion in his life and a promising career ahead of him.
Soon after he graduated, he worked as a 3D animator for several local animation studios; involving in a numerous high profile projects that equipped him with a complete technical know-how in the 3D working world.
The major breakthrough for his careerpath was when he participated in a National Initiative Project called Saladin the Animated TV series. But he didn't join as a 3D animator. He decided to join the uncool side of the project - The project managament, licensing and merchandising department. Again, he had made the right decision as the job gave him a totally different perspective of animation industry; it is actually an Intellectual Property (IP) driven business.
He realized that there are still many good local stories need to be nurtured and introduced to the global audiences. For that, he joined Fythullah Hamzah to set up an IP based company, KromosomLab with the hope to bring Malaysia's stories and talents to the world.