I began when I was ten, with cartoon murals on my bedroom walls. As soon as I finished art school I left the East Coast and drove West, looking for a different life. I landed in San Francisco.
I spent much of my youth as a seeker, until I realized that my search was not external; I found I was searching for something within. Realizing that, language began to have everything to do with how I saw the world. Paint is a form of language. I speak beauty, peace and transcendence. It is my way of sharing. I paint as an exploration and as an inquiry into life and into myself.