I was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia in 1994. I was raised in a very progressive and creative household, but I didn’t take a serious interest in art until later in life.
I started painting in 2016, and realized I had found my passion. My journey started first at Georgia State studying art history, but reached a tipping point after a particularly impactful visit to the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Once I got home, I got to work.
My biggest influences so far have been Wassily Kandinsky, Gerhard Richter, Alexander Rodchenko, Sterling Ruby, and Florian Eymann. They’ve shaped me in my artistic progression either through technique or theory. What I’d like to get from all this work is the ability to affect positive change on a level I’m not able to now. Art is a universal language and through my art id like to speak to the world. Only through a global conversation can we tackle the issues that face humanity, and art is a fantastic conversation stater.”
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