"Marilyn x 100", Andy Warhol, 1962, Cleveland Museum of ArtI am, at my core, a storyteller before anything else. My earliest childhood explorations into art were really just a way to try and convey stories, characters, concepts that I hadn’t yet mastered a vocabulary to express in written form.

To me, all art is a form of narrative; a universe of dialogue that is meant to expand through the collective human (or inhuman) experience. No matter how far-reaching the premise, extreme the media, collision of seeming disparate visual ideas or unfamiliar the perspective in a given work…it is all about a greater story than any one artist perhaps can ever hope to fully complete.