As an artist, I often see myself as a visual archeologist.
Since moving to Busan, South Korea in July 2010, I began to take notice of the subcultures around me.
I like to explore abstract and stylized, realistic approaches to art.
Human, Nature, and animal interactions are the theme of my art.
Majoring in Psychology at university and being introspective about masculinity, the theme of my work, has helped shape me as an artist.
The work is a simulation of life, which stems from history, fiction, and humanity allowing room for falsification.
The main characteristic of my recent works is the companionship of simple and ordinary elements which at the same time convey the sense of complexity and nostalgia.
Fantasy confronts reality. We can create our world as we would like it to be in our minds.
“I dream, therefore, I am”
My plastic work mainly focuses on the Feminine, the Intimate, and the Intimacy with the Self.
As the first in four generations on one side of my family not to be a combat veteran…