Tell us a little about yourself:
Inquisitive and skeptical. I love to take things apart when I put them back together it is in a way that questions the nature of what we see and experience.
What kinds of art do you create?
Aesthetically, it’s usually black and white with only one tool. This helps me create rules for what I want to express.
How did you get started?
I always drew, it was usually superheros with my friend John, then I started taking watercolors with Claire Weiss in the summers at The Center for Visual and Performing Arts. The other parts of the year were filling with whatever I could find. In Northwest Indiana it was usually in the back of a hardware store on some card tables.
In one sentence, briefly describe your artistic style:
As much of what I want to challenge other people, by asking questions through the art, I also want to challenge myself in the process. This includes primarily drawing from memory, so i can test how well I can remember my environment. In combination with my compulsive orderliness my style ends up being a cross between architectural drawings and a diagrammatic fun zone / amusement park map.