My goals as an artist are simple: to create, and to be seen. The basis of my art rides on two things - my ability to express my emotions through a tangible representation, and the possibility of sparking a visceral reaction in a viewer. From a young age I discovered art was my method of conveying the unexplainable within myself. I believe all humans have this sense of the ‘unexplainable’ - what is muddled in communication errors and emotions leaves a mark on the subconscious. I’ve been incredibly inspired by the modern day sexual revolution, the feminist movement, and the concept of identity and communication. My work is building upon the type of work that Louise Bourgeois and Tracey Emin create - sexually and emotionally provocative pieces. As I find their work is the narrative of their lives, my work mirrors mine. I’m lucky to grow up in an age where social media presents music and fashion so accessibly, as they divulge the same truths that I’m working to discover. I’d like my work to be shown around the world alongside emerging music and fashion, as the three are working in a mutually beneficial relationship. With the arts, the conversation never ends. I want to be a part of that conversation, exploring important cultural narratives. I want to be an influencer. As I am learning, growing - my art develops. My art is a way of dissecting myself, thereby dissecting our culture today.