My work explores the relationship between words, music, art, and movement. A picture is worth a thousand words, but what if that picture could actually be a thousand words or more? My work has evolved over time from just painting and drawing to portraits made completely out of words.
My background is not in studio art, but in art theory, art history, and neuroscience. I learned a lot about how art and music are perceived by people, both societally and biologically. My art is the madness to the method; my love for method is the routine to the madness found in the art I create.
Above all, I create art to honor moments. Whether that is a feeling that I want to evoke in an abstract painting, or a legendary artist memorialized by the words that they sing—my art is found at the intersection of a moment and what makes the moment unique from another.