Throughout my work, I try to demonstrate my own experience in processing personal trauma. By doing this I am continuously furthering my understanding of myself and the art I choose to make. Essentially my work is a direct response to my own trauma.
We are all beautifully unstable, whether we have had a somewhat banal childhood or a more turbulent one, we are all essentially unbalanced in one way or another. Trauma is a big factor in who we are because as a result we were essentially steered away from the more fulfilling path of life we originally began with; by trauma that may have happened years ago creating a primal wound. There is always a reason and history behind why we are who we are today, and my art is my way of understanding my past which in turn helps me live my future.