My art practice is about the collective mind, and I seek to initiate transformation through carefully placed rituals or processes that trigger new directions in thinking.

I believe that everyone is an artist, and that art speaks an ancient language that makes great sense to our inner human. In a fast-moving, high-tech, high-carbon world, creative practice is a constant across cultures and times. It’s also where innovation and adaptation come from. So, kinda important. You can tell that because it’s understood by very small children. That’s a clue.

You can find out more and follow my art practice via

Projects include:

[I also publish books, take photos, design theatre posters, make films and animations, paint portraits, and some other stuff. But you don’t need to know about that right now.]