My art is a prism that translates my mind to the world.
Without it, I feel fragmented and disconnected.
I see the world in still frames. It is how my most impactful memories are catalogued in my mind. Overtime, memories become grey and unclear.
I have learned to leverage patterns, unique perspectives, and unorthodox color treatments to tell my stories. The visual associations are then overlaid on one another, and arranged in unique compositions to challenge conventional fluidity.