Tell us about your background.
You earned both a Bachelor and a Masters of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design. What was the greatest skill you acquired or developed through your education?
I think having this design background informs my art in a passive way by giving my perspective a more graphic and bold aesthetic for my figures and representation.
You have a very unique and defining style. Can you tell us what the process of finding that style has been like for you?
Can you describe your creative process? Where do you start? What do you usually have on or around you?
Look at your own art over and over again; and look at what inspires and connects you to it over and over again.
Where do you draw inspiration from? Who are some of your favourite artists, and how have they influenced your thinking, art, and career path?
Through your work, you try to challenge the glorified perceptions of masculinity. How were you drawn into that?
I try to push these stereotypes to absurd levels, and also try to bring some humour to the overall concept of gender.
What advice do you have for aspiring artists?
What’s next for you?
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