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Once upon a time, I was fortunate enough to buy an old computer from my friend. I did not know how to use it, but I felt like I needed to figue it out. Living in a technologically advanced world, I thought I would be left behind if I did not adapt.

At that time, the Internet and the World Wide Web were the main f… Read More
Once upon a time, I was fortunate enough to buy an old computer from my friend. I did not know how to use it, but I felt like I needed to figue it out. Living in a technologically advanced world, I thought I would be left behind if I did not adapt.

At that time, the Internet and the World Wide Web were the main focus in the world of technology. The field was growing fast and it was being adopted into all aspects of our society. Looking to get on the right path, I felt it would be the right decision to get involved in the field of Web Design.

I enrolled in Business Training Institute of New Jersey. It was a rigorous 14 month program covering all aspects of Web Development and E-Commerce. I liked it a lot and I dedicated every waking hour reading books and writing codes. I finished with a 4.0 GPA average.

Then came front-end development. I became absolutely fascinated with making user experience as pleasant and flawless as possible. I started learning Photoshop and other graphics programs, so I could be able to build very appealing websites. Then followed video editing where I learned trimming and arranging clips to make some appealing highlights. I enrolled into another school, Sessions College For Professional Design of Arizona and obtained a degree in Web and Graphics Design. The school gave me a great foundation to succeed in the field and allowed me to excel in many of my creative ways. I started freelancing and taking on all types of projects that helped me learn and improve my skills. I worked on web design projects, logo design, graphic design for web and print, etc.

Life has an interesting way of guiding you through your experiences and eventually everything falls into place. I was given an opportunity to serve in the United States Navy, where I continued to study and improve my design skills. Upon honorable discharge, I found myself in charge of the media production and promotion of professional Russian MMA athletes competing in the top Mixed Martial Arts organizations in the world, like Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC), Bellator Fighting Championships, World Series of Fighting (WSOF) and Ring of Combat. I was responsible for website design, graphic and video production, while building a strong online presence through social networking, like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. I raised a significant amount of subscribers and followers worldwide. I filmed, edited, and created video highlights and full-featured movies featuring some of the top level athletes.

Being a huge fan of the sport, training and competing in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo myself, I dedicated alot of my time promoting professional fighters. I accompanied the athletes to some of the top MMA camps in the industry, like AMA Fight Club, Greg Jackson’s MMA, Renzo Gracie Academy, Ricardo Almeida Academy, Team Takedown, American Top Team and many others. I traveled all over United States and Brazil cornering, assisting and preparing athletes for their upcoming events by facilitating their training, creating diet plans, and translating interviews for some of the major publications in the world. I also participated in a cage side commentary as a Russian translator for UFC and Bellator. But my main focus was always to promote the sport and the athletes through all types of Internet services.

So I started this venture, KeyPython Productions, where I can demonstrate my work and help my clients to create a sophisticated and appealing image of their organization or personal, which will bring them more success and happiness. Read Less
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