“My biggest intention in creating art is to let people know that every single one of our life is pretty much the same at the end of the day.
Every single one of us experiences sadness, happiness, or other numerous emotions during our lifetime, but it’s just that the time we get to experience each emotion is very different. For instance, you could be having one of the best days in your life today, while somebody is slowly dying in the hospice room alone. It’s like life is a property that you thought you always owned but you never did.
I like to tell very specific stories in each of my pieces. So they may remind you of certain movies, books or even your own experiences. And that’s when I feel accomplished as an artist, because I want my audience to keep thinking and enlarging their realms of creativeness but most importantly knowing that they are never alone in this world.”