My practice ventures to find equilibrium between the beautiful and the beastly. I develop my paintings by deriving images from my life, surroundings and my childhood, collided with fairy tale motifs and mythological symbolism.
These aspects are woven together into a strange narrative that undermines the fantastic and magnificent; subtly taking it into the domain of flesh and pain. I like to think there is something nauseating inherent in that which is beautiful.
My stories are peculiar, enigmatic and about ambiguity. They are a piece of a puzzle, disparate elements which when together evoke the imagination.