Before I came to MICA I had no idea of the direction I wanted to take my artwork, what style I wanted to work in or if I was even good enough to be there surrounded by other amazing artists. However my professors pushed me and guided me into finding my style and have continued to do so. Personally I enjoy doing traditional work and creating pieces in the style of black and white pointillism. Although this technique can be a lengthy process, I’m always inspired by the outcome, and the process has also proven to be very therapeutic for me. I typically love macabre art, and find most of my inspiration comes from skulls, skeletons, bugs, and snakes. The creative process to me is always an exciting one and I’m beginning to learn my process, how I work and also how to work more efficiently. I’m very excited for where my art will take me and this journey that I’m on. Moreover, I’m interested in continuing to learn, connect and grow as an artist and push my work further out there.