As an artist, I strive to blend your senses, allowing you to see sounds and hear light.
The technical name for the neurological condition I was born with is “synesthesia,” but I think of it as an experience—one that I enjoy bringing into the world. As a teenager, I assumed it was simply part of every-day consciousness to see songs as patterns of light on the visual spectrum. As I became an adult, I learned that my mind’s wires had been crossed in a unique way that was worth sharing, and so began years of trial and error with various mediums and styles of expression.
Eventually, I found an artistic home in the form of mandalas. Their intricate properties gave me the ability to express not only the colors that I see in music, but the forms and textures that go along with it. The process of creating them is a meditative experience for me—a soothing effect that I aim to share with my patrons.