I want my work to be honest and reflect the emotional and logical view of experience. When we look back on our life, we do not see the whole, we get a glimpse of different moments that we choose to put together. It is an ability to see our identity in any way we choose. So, my work can be viewed as the broken - the suffering one endures - or my work can be viewed as sublimity; against all odds the fractured whole still stands. That is what I feel is real. It may have a rough exterior, but underneath the exterior we project to others, there is a beautiful, fractured history that suggests who we are and at times holds us back from seeing what we may become.

My inspiration comes primarily from Deleuzian philosophy, which I translate visually by combining elements of art and anti-art to form metaphors.