With the firm belief that art is a responsibility and not a privilege, public art is the reflection of our community, our history, and beliefs. In this way we manifest ourselves, we tell our stories, through murals we spark a dialogue with our community. 
Through my art career I’ve had the opportunity to work in different mediums, themes, conditions, and environments, both as a solo artist and in collective collaboration with others. 
What I aim to achieve is to visually communicate our presence, a reaction to our situation, our history, to educate and influence those that are not aware, and hopefully gain a better understanding of our society, and of ourselves. 
Sparking communication through the manipulation of color, perspective, form, and imagination.