Welcome to creators and dreamers alike. Here you can let your imagination run wild and your creativity grow.

I’m always finding myself imagining something, whether it’s a scene from a yet-to-be written story, or the dragon I wish I rode. I create characters with great sorrows and joys that often reflect my own, and drawings and costumes of the worlds I sometimes wish were real. But why?

To put it simply,

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. ~Albert Einstein

If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that we were made for another world. ~C.S. Lewis

The grand stories we imagine and the epic heroes we write about are in a way true, because they reflect the one true story, the story of God’s redemption for the world. There’s evil to be conquered, the hero who saves the people and the swords that have been given to us to weild, God’s word.

Because of this, I find it my duty to fight against the real enemy, by spreading the light of truth in my own small ways. Whether it’s a short tale of a broken character conquering the villain that has sprung up inside them, or teaching a sibling about the battle we fight, by giving them their own handmade sword.

Yes, my duck tape armor doesn’t spread God’s truth, but the ideas can. In a way, I’m trying to help create the true ‘fantasy,’ God’s kingdom, that is far better than anything I could imagine.