Art has been a part of my life earlier than I remember choosing it. It has developed my understanding of how I can think, it has shaped my character, my morals and my perception. It’s a language I have created that allows me to understand myself beyond my ability of comprehension. I can’t imagine myself without it. 

In my current work I am exploring the abstraction of the human form and its relation to my understanding of what we are and how we think of ourselves.

I have found that we are made up of pieces that don’t require rational arrangement to advocate its identity as human. 

Body Language can be amplified through abstraction, as our observation of posture can relate to empathy even when the laws of our form are ignored. 

No longer constrained by the idea of realism, I can now portray human emotion in a manner that does not compromise for reality.