The art that I create is affected by my past, my present and my surroundings.
I’ve always felt out of place, out of time; art is where I find myself. That is why I create art, to learn about myself through the process of making it. In the past whenever I’d have crazy ideas I would always rein them in, thinking of something more appropriate or subtle. Recently I’ve learned to let go, let my imagination have full control; it feels liberating.
I have found my voice and I have realised what I want to portray in my art. I want to explore issues that matter to me. Religion, faith, sexual identity, stereotypes, performing and the parts we play in life.
My art is on a journey, as am I. Both of us growing and changing as time goes on.