The driving force behind the content of my work is the desire to interpret and document numerous subjects, including socio-economic environments, human interaction, and expanding consciousness through personal experience.
The form in my art is complemented by a conceptual framework nurtured while studying for my Bachelors degree in Art History, and Masters programme in Social and Cultural History. I like to think that this also helps focus my social eye.
For me art is a personal matter, whether as an artist creating or as a viewer considering and interpreting what is before me. I want my work to continue to be respected by its audience by enabling the contemplation of past, everyday or extra-ordinary events, our surroundings and diverse human emotions.