My drawings and paintings are made on re-purposed packaging materials salvaged from my handyman jobs in an effort to reduce the carbon footprint.  They are visual essays illustrating the details of my day to day life:  my neighborhood, the things I spend my time on, the things I love, the things I reject or fear, and the things I feel are unjust.  I use my art to address personal identity as well as a collective consciousness, tapping into the social issues we all struggle with.

I beleive in the power of art to help people see the nature of the universe in hopes of contributing to a new age of enlightenment based on truth, self respect, and happiness.