I was always considered a creative growing up, delving into music and writing from a young age. It wasn’t until my late teens that I found art as an avenue to help my express my overwhelming feelings of coming to terms with being queer and my mental health struggles.
I view my work as a visual journal to help me process my life and the different obstacles it throws my way. I touch on my own struggles with mental health, grief, loneliness, everyday relationships, my sexuality and transition.
I touch on my own struggles with mental health, grief, loneliness, everyday relationships, my sexuality and transition. I bounce between painting, collage, digital illustrations and writing in my work. I’m inspired by the connection built between those who resonate with my art and the various ways a stranger can adapt it to their own experience.
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