Like a full fledged creative studio.

Unlike a full-fledged creative studio.

Tarajosu has a skillset in a multitude of mediums.

Passionate about the  process & solving problems.

The artist understands the value of time + energy,

creating solutions for your visual needs.

Tarajosu has worked in the entertainment industry on the production side from a young age in California in the early 2000's. After leaving college in 2010 he upped his work-ethic by working on sets as an art director's assistant in Miami, Florida. Many times working nearly 24 hours on sets to get the job done. Combined with his experience in his later years in a fast-paced environment as a creative director for a marketing agency he can compliment any team. Shown below are a few skills that he is now focusing on as a creative, but isn't limited by.

When a new challenge arises, Tarajosu takes the time to do his research and if need be contact/work with other professionals that are experts in their respective fields.



motion, editing, cinematography, storyboarding


Currently Tarajosu is using Adobe Premier and After Effects for video editing and motion graphics. Tarajosu is currently learning Houdini FX for more advanced motion graphics and Davinci Resolve for color grading. Storyboarding is also one of Tarajosu's strengths. 



Murals can create a profound impact on society and can change the spaces they are in, creating conversation, inspiration, and connectivity. 


& illustration


There is depth and mystery to a portrait, whether it is in a public or private collection. A photograph can capture the essence of a moment in a person's life. A painted portrait can help further convey a person's sense of wonder, fantasy, and personality intertwined within that captured moment. It is more than a moment. It's a story.

Your story.


WHY Digital ?


Digital saves time.

In the age where content is everything and deadlines are tight speed matters. 

Digital painting cuts the creation time down significantly. An artist no longer needs to buy paints, brushes, or a canvas, and then the time to paint can be significantly longer. A considerable amount of cost can add up when accounting for the cost of supplies and the artist's time. If the price is not a factor, traditional painting is an available option to choose.


The Process

For Portraiture: The client has the option to send a photograph/reference material via email. If the client's budget allows, Tarajosu can coordinate a photoshoot to ensure that the photograph/reference captures the correct lighting and pose that embodies the story/concept the client wants to showcase.


The photograph on the left is the reference material the client sent via email.  After discussing the concept, colors, and ideas, she wanted to have in the portrait, and we arrive at the final work shown.

client photo.jpg
rendered photo.jpg

(LEFT) This image is zoomed in to show the detail of the eye.

High-resolution photos are preferred. However, this picture with low resolution was all the client had to send.

They weren't able to locate the original photograph.


(RIGHT) The image showcases the level of detail Tarajosu was able to bring back into the portrait where it still looked like the client. 



Tarajosu can work in a varying degree of styles. Depending on the clients choice, the look can range from realism to what you'd expect from comic book cover art or a combination of all the styles Tarajosu can create.