Through visual imagery, I initiate a dialogue with the viewer. I bring to the table my innermost feelings and ideas that cannot be explained through verbal communication. For that reason, I employ the use of ambiguous personal symbols and gestural paint movements. The original meaning behind the symbols is not important, as in the process of observation and through previously acquired personal experiences, the viewer begins to understand and connect with images subconsciously.
In an attempt to keep up with changes in my moods and feelings, I tend to work fast, creating layers upon layers of images, and compositions. Sometimes, I reference simple images, sketches, or photographs at the start of the process. Yet, while in the creative trance, I discover new ideas and feelings, which alter the initial goals until the end result achieves a life of its own.