I started my creative journey mainly focusing on visual communication, from which I developed a style of combining photography, graphics and collage. Incorporating different media helped me focus on the playful and experimental side of being an artist. The act of layering, cutting and selecting images gave me a sense of freedom when developing work. Never limiting myself to just one method of printmaking, I often try to combine techniques that will hopefully result in a truly unique finish. I lean towards quick, immediate and irrevocable, creating layouts and compositions instinctively as enjoy of element of explorations and experimentations.
I tend to draw influences from the man-made world around me, especially urban construction and systems. Using this as a starting point, I will extract simple shapes and forms to build up pieces, then incorporate subtle textures and mark making. This all goes toward a goal of creating rich and complex pieces that are visually striking, intriguing and stimulating. I also aim to add a sense of drama and mood to the work by creating a juxtaposition of bold impactful shapes and colour with delicate and intricate graphics.