Through a street art aesthetic I strive to capture a shared social conscience and offer truths of increasingly complex and significant political, economic and social issues of our time; where light shines, shadows fall. Candor and social justice drive my creative process resulting in stark yet elegant artwork that encourages an audience to critically view their world, focus on what is habitually overlooked, face what may be uncomfortable truths, and act to improve their lives and those of others. My narratives are transcribed through acrylic spray paint – a street artist’s instrument – as the “street” is most often and most severely deprived of social justice. My body of work currently comprises three series: Matters of Conscience (artworks speaking to a broad range of social issues); the Children of War series; and Occident and Orient: Collaborations across Space and Time, a new series celebrating multiculturalism..
"The artist's job is to be a witness to his time in history." - Robert Rauschenberg