Growing up in North Philadelphia, a stones through away from the El (Market Frankford Blue Line Elevated Train), there was not much exposure to traditional culture. As a very young kid, I started climbing on the rooftops around my house to get the balls that got stuck up on them. This is where I was first exposed to graffiti. Staring at a OZO burner twice my size and with each O was a characters face, I fell in love with the art. From imitating to developing styles, I have been burning up paper ever since.