My artistic journey as a visual artist did not begin when I was in school, nor did it begin early in my professional career in commercial photography. My journey truly began on May 5th, 2011, that was the day I was hit by a car as I was riding a bicycle. The accident seemed unfair and a debilitating setback, however this would serve as the catalyst to help me realize and define my true purpose.
Being house and wheelchair bound allowed me to think about the current direction my career was heading and how it was no longer what I desired. A bumper sticker that said ‘Live Art’ was the final bit of information needed to take a huge hint from the universe. Letting go and living art allowed this answer to begin multiplying and has not stopped since. In the process providing a plethora of inspirations, insights, amazing people, experiences and eventually finding home in Big Sur.
As a person I do not seek to only provide beauty or a common message. I want to expand the viewers perception.