My work represents a conflict between chaos and order, randomness and structure, tension and harmony. And I hope to create, each time someone experiences one of my pieces, discovering something new.
I really never approach my art very logically. It’s all fairly impulsive and obsessive. I just try to understand what it means when it’s complete. My work is most often inspired by prime numbers, cryptography, relationships, personal experiences, cereal advertising, cult science-fiction, vintage comicbooks, or the ramblings of my childhood diaries. I like to think of my style as a super-natural fusion of urban graffiti, mid-century modern abstracts, advertising design, and some kind of otherworldly information maps.