My name is Sean Erixon, and I’m 28 years old full of buffalo wings and french fries. You could say I’m a creative out of the box thinker who fell in love with art with the emergence of technology. But honestly, I’m just a dude who loves hockey, wrestling, food, and just about anything classified as nerdy.
Some of those nerdy things consist of PC gaming – to really disconnect from the real world for a bit. I enjoy writing as well as digital image editing to fuel my creativity. I’ve started a new journey, and began dipping my toes into web development. I have become fascinated with how endless the possibilities seem to be. Ultimately, this meshes all of my creative engines to further my passion.
Legitimately, I appreciate hockey at every level. There’s nothing better than the sport of hockey, and it’s fundamentals. While I may have some favorite teams, I can just about watch any hockey game and be entertained.
Food, who doesn’t love food? I’m thankful I’ve been able to travel so much at a young age. Because traveling enables me to try many different styles and types of food. As far as my favorites go; I love a good sandwich, buffalo wings, and the many varieties of french fries. Pizza and burritos would round out my top five if you must know. But at the end of the day, I self proclaim myself to be a veteran buffalo wings & french fries connoisseur.
Technology has always held my interest since I’ve gotten my hands on it. I had a handful of experiences with computer games on an old Macintosh my uncle gave me which introduced me to Sim City 2000 on the floppy disk. My love for PC gaming just continued to grow from there to the point I started building my own computers. And since I’m a part of the generation that grew up with the first smart phone, you could say I’m a bit enamored with how much tech can be packed into your pocket nowadays. I mentioned before how I’m stumbling face first into web development. At around the age of 12 years old, I became an autodidact of Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. I’m always just so astonish at what digital masterpiece any average Sean can willingly craft at their fingertips. I may not have taught myself calculus in high school, but I’m always excited to learn more about coding and how to advance my skills.
By now you could say you know a bit about me. And for as far as you follow along, you’ll continue to learn more about me as I continue to write new material. This blog will be a bit of a “play it by ear” sort of deal for now, and just keeping it going for as long as I enjoy it.