My works placed in and on different surfaces, both in private spaces
and in the public sphere, are akin to hieroglyphics - sacred, naïve,
communicative and evocative in equal measure. They are intentionally
minimalistic and expressive, eschewing mediated sarcasm in favor of
remaining direct, instantaneously recognizable, and accessible.
In this manner, they fall within the traditions of the anti-art and
art brut (or outsider art) movements.

My themes range from personal stories and observations to social criticism,
and the works themselves are an attempt to directly and urgently transmit
these as questions, directions, and explanations.