Can you tell us a bit about you?
Growing up in a Minneapolis ghetto was belittling yet ironically colorful. I started oil painting and found depicting the strange ordeals of the average soul fulfilling and close to home. I´m an artist, filmmaker and singer-songwriter based in Germany and have lived and worked in New York, San Mateo and Los Angeles. I´m an eccentric butterfly.
How did you find your voice as an artist?
I’ve always been intrigued by negative human behavior, and as a result stumbled into Criminal Psychology. I use my creativity to redirect oppression.
Looking back at your early works, what do you think about them today?
I love my earlier work because it is what my frame of mind was at the time – nothing has changed.
Do you have favourite materials to work with?
Oil is my favorite material, but I love sculpturing (see Talkin Bull -) and copper with fabric (see Tina). I create many types.
Do you have a vision of what your artistic future could look like?
I try to tell emotional stories about survival. So nothing will change other than to get my screenplay´s produced, which are about the needy and the greedy, the man closest to the street.