To create a body of work and provide the audience with a narrative history or statement to accompany that body of work—something to help explain what the viewer is seeing—has always been difficult for me. Primarily, I believe that an artwork should stand alone and be perceived purely from an individual's perspective. Also, an explanation isn’t always apparent even for me. The work becomes what it becomes.

From a broad perspective, I can tell you my work very simply reflects the evolution of my own artistic thought--what I consider valuable inferences into the concept of known and imagined worlds, driven by a fascination with urban decay, art and symbolism, science-fiction, and a very rudimentary understanding of quantum physics and the many-worlds theory. Put simply, these drawings are simply an indulgence of my own intermittent psychosis.