“For as long as I can remember I’ve had an odd fascination with dark imagery, in recent years my art has not been overly focused on juvenile gore or the gratuitous, I’m discovering that dark art can be so much more than that. With my art, I attempt to combine the sinister with the beautiful, I‘m forever trying to find balance, that nexus where the two meet in harmony. I’ve been touched by the work of surreal artists such as Salvador Dali and Zdzislaw Beksinski, and I’m heavily influenced by the work of H.R Giger, which, for better or worse is quite evident in my work.
Personally the digital realm offers so many possibilities to me, I love its limitless possibilities, the digital medium provides me what I need to create art that is at times thought provoking and disturbing. There’s a fine line between reality and fantasy, and an even finer line between sane and insane, these are the common threads to my work, fine lines indeed, which I like to tip toe back and forward across in an attempt to dispel personal fears and pose possible answers to unimaginable questions. The digital world is my play ground, this is where I create my own reality and art that I feel people of a similar mindset are starting to connect with".