I did not originally set out to be an artist. It was only after an intense advertising career that I realized my artistic aspirations and a desire to create artwork that has the capacity to inspire people for generations. I think of myself as a Neo Pop Urban artist. I’m inspired by the visual language of advertisement and how it interplays with the daily existence of people. I’m influenced by poetry, especially non linear narratives. In my practice I use fragmented visuals combined with text to create collaged cityscapes. I constantly challenge myself by experimenting with different materials. I feel blessed to work in my studio everyday and create works that are soulful, rhythmic and saturated with an exuberant color palette. My goal is to transport people to a zone constructed from the details from the urban environment that people often overlook.