Michael Chasteen

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Michael Chasteen
BornMarch 7, 1994
Covington, Kentucky
NationalityAmerican
EducationBachelors
OccupationCreator, Writer, Director, Marketing
Years active14+
Known forProject Kaito
Notable work
Donating 30% of all sales to Feed The Children. Building the Project Kaito school in Kisii, Kenya in September of 2022 with James Sherlock who won the Ellis Island Medal of Honor with Buzz Aldrin
HeightN/A
WebsiteWww.projectkaito.com
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Michael Chasteen

Michael Chasteen is a renowned Writer and Art Director who has traveled around the world and has lived in 3 different countries. Michael Chasteen is the founder of Project Kaito which is an official IMDb Anime Series. Michael's main vision with Project Kaito is ending world hunger and giving hope to the hopeless. Michael's currently living in San Francisco, California.

Early Life[edit | edit source]

Michael Chasteen was born in Northern Kentucky, right across the river from Cincinnati, OH. His Mother, Marla Maphet raised him along with his brother and sister. His creativity started around the age of five years old when he discovered the piano and vocal mic from his parents. Michael was always involved in spending time with his grandparents that lived up the street from his childhood home in Covington, KY. Through his ventures over the years, Michael learned that your success depends on how bad you want your dreams to come true. If you're willing to go the extra mile and proclaim your rarity, anything is possible in this world. Michael learned how to cope with the difficulties of life at an early age and always explored the possibility of anything is possible if you set your mind to it. Michael struggled in his early teen years on discovering who he was and what he wanted to do in life but he knew that he was destined to change the world. His early inspirations with music, writing and daydreaming soon became the opening door to the obsession of creating without limits.

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