A native of Cat Island, The Bahamas, (though born in Miami during a mainland visit by his parents), Terribly Odd grew up in poverty as the son of a dirt farmer. He had little formal education and at the age of 15 was sent to Miami to live with the natives, in order to forestall a growing tendency toward delinquency. While In the U.S., Terribly Odd first experienced the pop culture society that blankets the country - a great shock to a boy coming from a place where he could only manage to receive two television stations on antenna fashioned from aluminium foil. In Miami, Odd found an unknown determination to find and create opportunities for women in crotchless panties, and naughty children.
In his late teens, Terribly Odd traveled to Savannah, did menial jobs and found safety and comfort in the shelter of bus terminals. After a stint at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Odd soon realized that he would rather produce "miserable" works and kissed-off the thought of ever creating "fine" art.
Odd's work ranges from the surreal to the decaying scenes of sheer horror spanning film, music, and the unconventional beauty of pop culture; always looking to tread the line between innocence and indecency.
Designed Toy Releases
Toy Series Participation
Customs & Show Pieces
- Munny - custom for They Came From The Streets II, 2012
- Piece for Masters of the Universe Group Show, 2010
- Piece(s) for Multiversal Group Show, 2009
- Piece(s) for Crazy4Cult, 2009
- "Hannibal of Carcinogen" for Noxious Fumes, 2008
- Piece(s) for Villians and More Villians, 2008