"Art is a passion that keeps me going. There are two main drivers for me to create. First, for me, art is meditation. When I’m working on art, the stress of day to day life disappear. I tune out everything while I am working on a piece. Second, I get a sense of true satisfaction when my art makes others happy."
"Usually my work is influenced by my surroundings as well as local and global current events. These influences range from the Me Too movement to natural disasters in the Amazon rainforest to the day to day life of a common man."
"While superheroes get so much of the shine nowadays, in my opinion the real hero is the common man."
"My art carries a message and tells a story. These are stories that I want the audience to listen to with their eyes."
"The story usually develops along with the work. I find shapes in the colours and textures of my paintings, influencing how the story of each painting develops. Part of the beauty of art is that viewers can develop their own story based on their unique perspective. In my view, art is about these perspectives, not absolutism."
"My technique can be compared to the looking for images in the clouds."
"The more carefully you look, the more details you will find,"