In this world, chaos and order coexist, and I reflect that in my work. Throughout my life, I’d been observant of the human condition – spiritual growth, the improvement and decaying of humanity, and moral ambiguity. Because of my interest in human activity and anatomy, I grew to find myself drawing people or humanoid creatures frequently. Elements of horror and slight cynicism riddles my work. Though my art is often considered “grave,” I draw happy things as well; my forte had always been mythological and metaphysical beings, frequently in psychedelic colors. I see more to life than what I often portray.
My work is done entirely traditionally. My mediums consist of pen and ink, watercolor, acrylic paint, Prismacolor pencil, charcoal, and graphite. I often smear my media to give them a “grungy” look, but there are moments where I am attentive and “color in the lines.”