About the Artist
I consider visual communication my first language and I’ve spent years of my life learning the science and emotional art behind it. I am self taught with a sprinkling of classes here and there to bring in outside concepts to help hone my craft. One thing that I hear frequently from people is a sense of surprise over how varied my style is. Though far from convenient, this is how I work: all over the place. One day I’m in the mood for dark, brooding and dreadful, the next I want nothing but the power of the sun on my face and on my canvas.
Outside of art, I am a happy spouse, a student of psychology, and a former organic farmer turned suburban gardener. I collect dead animals for fun and live an active spiritual life that focuses on acceptance and reverence for the magic of the mundane through cultural archetypes.