My practice explores the realm of biographical representationalism. Imitating moments or memories of my life through representational imagery, I interweave an array of different media and techniques that allow the work to evolve into something that was previously inconceivable. My multi-media paintings act as memoirs influenced by my background as a graffiti writer. Graffiti gave me a profound sense of being connected to my surroundings along with an overwhelming feeling of purpose. Like graffiti, my work is an acknowledgement and reverberation of my existence distilled in images of myself, muses, and memories. I strongly believe that whether it is art, politics, or economics people do not exist if they are not represented. If you are not represented, then you are symbolically annihilated. My work shows the world that I was here. Like a tag on a park bench or a straight-letter on an over pass, I was here.