My work resembles my own teenage rebellion. It is loud and fighting to be noticed. The colors are electrically charged; the vibrancy will attract and trap you. Developing conflicting relationships between colors and layered gestures is what drives me. I am an abstract painter whose artistic preferences include chaotic gestures, an exploration of various materials, and loud music. The Chaos develops an endless amount of information, which overloads my brain; there is nonstop activity happening internally and externally. Mostly, I am stimulated by my surrounding environment. After being over stimulated with the outside world, I must step back and take a second to process and divide the information; keeping the key details and discarding the rest. I find that it helps me organize my thoughts. Even though I narrowed down the information I need to completely release it onto the canvas, the images I develop are a visual overload.