Cesar Ramirez wants to live in a world where traffic is smooth, equality is essential and art can be whatever expression you’d like it to be.As a former service member, he was awarded the Superior Unit medal for efforts in response to a North Korean attack on a South Korean Island. He was also selected to participate in the 2014 Spike TV awards to hand over the Troops Award to Mark Wahlberg – the defining moment that ignited Cesar’s passion for the arts.
Cesar has a vision and lifetime aspiration to make the world a better place by using artistic expression to forge human connections. Cesar will one day establish a non-profit organization for both civilian and military personnel where they can forge an emotional connection with each other, but more importantly, find a purpose and a goal to better themselves and discover the means to achieve the goal.
Cesar is currently studying acting at the Academy of Art University. When he’s not expressing himself through artistic endeavors, you can find him catching war films, burning calories, help others burn calories, swinging in the batting cages, and dreaming of being the best, most giving person to ever step foot on the planet.