The majority of my production as an artist starts with the human figure. Early in life, I found that amid the pulling and twisting of muscles and bones was a secret that could be uncovered by drawing. Comics served as a starting point into the elastic nature of the figure and later on, participating in sports taught me to respect and understand the human body a little more. Together, the body in motion and the impact a gesture has on narrative, aka body language, they offer limitless possibilities on a page.
In my work now, I look for ways to activate the rhythm and harmony of the body along with varying media for its potential to elicit a response from the viewer.
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