I create paintings with visual narratives about relationships between humans and our environment, historical moments and contemporary events. I visually express the effects of catastrophic events on the human body in a beautiful and poetic way.

My unorthodox use of oil paint on nontraditional surfaces allows me to create artificial cellular structures that divide the images into a mosaic texture. The transparency of materials brings a light source to the urban landscape; hence a new form of observation is created. This form exposes the biology of the images as a social metaphor.

I try to bring a different visual experience for viewers to ponder the questions about the consequences of human behavior in a wider time-space continuum.