Fascinated with cold blooded creatures for as long as I can remember, it's been a true passion of mine to study, keep and breed a large variety of reptiles throughout my life. I've been keeping reptiles since I was a young kid, with my very first reptile pet being a southern black racer that was given to me by a friend. After watching that beauty thrive in captivity in my bedroom, I was hooked and knew I wanted to be herper. From there I acquired and kept a variety of species including tegus, blue tongue skinks, ball pythons, bearded dragons, crested geckos, blood pythons, leopard geckos, chameleons, hognose snakes, boa constrictors, chondros and a few others. I've had the pleasure of being a zookeeper while working in the Unseen New World exhibit house (reptiles/amphibians) at the Nashville Zoo. Over the years I've been very successful at raising and keeping many species and have decided to focus on one of my all time favorites - ball pythons...while also dabbling in boa constrictors. The genetic diversity found in both Python regius and Boa constrictor imperator is incredible and keeps me excited to keep producing these amazing animals. The unlimited morphological possibilities make both the ball python and boa constrictor not only a sound investment, but a truly beautiful one at that.