Satiating your craving for original and compelling storytelling.
Here are some of the passion projects I’m currently nurturing.
Lamb of the Wolf is a storytelling platform that encompasses all of the brands that I’m pouring myself into. More specifically, it focuses on my writing by virtue of Novels, Screenplays, Short Stories, Audio Stories, Video Essays, and a Podcast dedicated to the life of the creative mind.
The wonderful stories told through video games are vastly underrated. At Noober Goobers, we make awesome videos about video games. We explore video games and the video games industry to craft stories for gamers of all ages within several different gaming genres.
The original Purveyors of Punch. Bushido Talk is a weekly podcast featuring myself, MMA Cartoonist Tommy Toe Hold, and Coach to some of the top talent in the UFC Past and Present John Hackleman. Every week, we breakdown the art form, discuss current trending topics in the world of Mixed Martial Arts, and give technical overviews and predictions on upcoming bouts. Our podcast has generated millions of listens and our social media following is ranked within the top 4 percent of MMA Influencers across social media.
Finding your inner zen just got a lot easier. Zen Shiva is a Yoga based company that provides users with interactive, tranquil yoga sequences which have come to be some of the best selling yoga sequences available online. Our mission is to be a resource for those looking to find a deeper connection with themselves mind, body, and soul.
I spend a lot of time bashing my head into a typewriter.
Sometimes I take pictures and share them on my Instagram. I also enjoy creating transformative art collages using clippings from vintage magazine publications.
I like playing games and expressing my feelings about them. Check out some of the gaming related content I’ve made in my portfolio.
Catch me at a UFC Event near you.
Someone once said that the Art of Creativity is much like chewing on shards of glass while staring into a black abyss. While I agree that it’s a bit dramatic, I can also empathize. Although I’ve never had the pleasure of feeling the jagged, shattered constructs of a bottle of Whiskey against my gums, I do believe that there’s a special formula for getting creative things done.
“Thank you. You have explained my life… Thank you.”
“You never seem to fail at doing an excellent job at capturing the spirit of the game. Although it’s been a while, I absolutely love this game. Ever more, I love the time my son and I spent building our world…that is infinitely more important. This might be my favorite video on YouTube, and I’ve seen more than my share. I must have watched it 5 times already. Excellent job!”
“I’ve never really been able to really tell people why I love Minecraft, and now I don’t have to. Anytime anyone asks me why I love this game, I’m going to link them to this video. This is perfect. Thank you.”
“This is the greatest love letter ever written to Minecraft or anything else. Naya you did an AMAZING job. Wow. Absolutely blown away. If you love Minecraft share this video! Everybody needs to see this.”
“Saw this video yesterday morning, seeked out a friend with a ps4 and spent a whole perfect sunny Saturday playing Portal 2. It was worthy, every minute of it. I know I’m extremely late to the party but this game is awesome. Much like the feel you get from this video.”
“Videos like these are inspiring. It doesn’t matter if you even know what she is talking about. Their art led you to make this art which will leads others to make art of their own. Thank you.”
“I don’t even play Limbo but… This video! Your narration and music is art. Everything is beautiful.”
Director @ Microsoft
“Another Grade A quality video! Thank you for making these memorable videos for us. I can’t wait until you get the recognition you deserve for your work. It’s long overdue in my opinion….Keep up the great work!”
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Did you know…
The earliest known message in a bottle was sent by the Greek philosopher Theophrastus, one of Aristotle’s pupils, as a way of testing his hypothesis that the Atlantic Ocean flows into the Mediterranean Sea.