The love of the arts has always been a driving force in my life, my escape, allowing me to find a certain level of peace and tranquility no matter where life took me. At my young age, I have experienced things that no man should and at the very same time, beauty and love that could make a hardened criminal cry. I have overcome unthinkable loss and tragedy, along with the hell of imprisonment and still found something within myself that allowed me to transform all of that pain into something beautiful. I have learned through my experiences that it is never too late to change and that like the old cliché says, “There is always light at the end of the tunnel.” My story is a long and arduous one and one day I will open up about it for all to see, in the hopes that it will inspire and change someone for the better.
I currently work out of Chester County, Pennsylvania and have become a member of its local art scene. I work with all sorts of mediums and art forms. Most of my works are textured with hundred-year-old wood particles and are all assembled by me from start to finish. I have never locked myself into one particular style or medium, allowing myself the expression to create whatever moves me. My rogue approach to life has not served me well in the past, but I feel that in this circumstance, it will allow me to continue creating unbounded work and finding inspiration and freedom through my struggles. Albert Camus said it best, “In the depths of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.”
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