Most of my work explores various themes concerning the human condition through the animal form and the landscapes we inhabit. My work intends to look at the disquieting themes of environmental devastation, the clash of unhinged modernity with evolved biology, and how we relate to the landscape and the past, with hopes of shifting our current anthropocentric vantage-point. Rendered with oil paint on canvas/wood, graphite/charcoal on paper and sometimes large public murals, these themes are realized by a collation of vivid and surreal visual narratives and a combination of symbolism and landscape. I tend to implore the viewer to question the status quo and the progress of the human enterprise, by balancing our modern mental concepts with our bodily awareness of the natural world.