Jack Jittkaroonrus was born in Los Angeles, California and grew up in the suburbs of Pacoima, in the San Fernando Valley. When he was a child, his fascination for Graffiti was just the beginning for his passion for art and design. He was highly influenced by a comic book store that opened up around his neighborhood. Where he constantly copy and drew comic book covers at a young age gathering inspiration from the streets, Architecture, Comic Book art and Animation. In high school, his art teacher gave him a scholarship class to Art Center College of Design, Figure drawing, industrial Design and Illustration classes. Upon graduation he decides to attend Pasadena City College where he continues his goal in becoming an Industrial Designer.
After two and a half years at Pasadena City College, Jack transferred to Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Ca in 2005. Majoring in Transportation Design and later he was offered an internship at the Carlab Development in Orange, Ca. He helped develop the Suzuki Base Camp and the Flix Concept in 2007 which debut at the Detroit Auto show and the LA auto show. After finishing Art Center He continues his education at the Academy of Art University majoring in Illustration for one year after moving back to Los Angeles in 2010, his recruitment to Wayforward Technology changed his career path and Concept Art was his stregths, his credentials include 4 major games "Centipede Infestation" Wii, "BloodRayne Betrayal" Xbox, "Silent Hill Book of Memories" PSvita and "Adventure Time" PSvita. Jack has a wide range of skill set from concepts to final development of products, Packaging, Model making, Conception development, 3D Modeling and presentation. He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA and is working as a Graphic designer for a Design agency in Gardena, Ca. He continues to freelance as a Concept Artist, Graphic Designer and Product Design for various companies.