Born and raised in Washington, DC now based in Miami. The Miami artist explores the unsolved questions regarding racial inequity, class and religion. My dominant lens will always be that of the often overlooked and underestimated kid keenly aware of how the outside world views him.
I'm often driven by historical context and view things by how they should have been rather how they may have been celebrated by history. I've been often called a revisionist historian and am happy to embrace the title. I'm a mixed media artist that utilizes canvas, acrylic, chalk and oil pastels.
My perspectives are that of a child who grew up in the 70's and 80's that are just as relevant then as today. When painting, I’m exported to a place filled with fear, unrest, discrimination and pain. But I always leave a space for beauty and light at the end of the tunnel. My paintings are inspired by the souls of the past who refuse to be forgotten.