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Biography

As a boy, Chad Zimmerman sucked at T-ball, but he loved to draw. He made cards for birthdays, mother’s days and for every sick person on the block. His artistic urge can be traced back to Church. In order to avoid falling asleep in front of Pastor Dale, he began drawing mohawked, earring-clad demons on the little pieces of penitence paper in the church pew. While his mother may have disapproved of the subject matter, she did save those demon drawings and enrolled him in art classes.