ARTIST STATEMENT: I contrast the permanence in mythological icons against the impermanence in contemporary culture, because of my inherent nature to map out my emotional body cycling through recurrent themes. I use recyclable objects to make light tools along with light painting brushes, flashlights, handmade costumes and choreography, to craft scenes using long exposure photography. By making the invisible visible, my arts wants magic to connect people
Light Skull Yellow 2016 Archival Art Print using neon and photography. 16 inches x 16 inches Inspired from the very old art of skull illusions. Done here with a live model in one shot, using long exposure.
Hurt 2018 Archival Art Print on Papaer/Photography Light Painting Graffiti done in studio. One long exposure photograph.
Light me 2016 Archival Art Print on Paper/Photography Portrait on steps. All done in camera, no photoshop, no computer retouching.
Angel 2018 Archival Art Print on Paper/Photography Light painting portrait with street art. All done on site.
Angel and friends 2018 Archival Art Print on Paper/Photography Angel and his crew, street art scene in Brooklyn.
Come in 2018 Archival Art Print on Paper/Photography Revised street art, where a tree becomes a hair-do. All done in camera as usual.;-)
She Wolf 2016 Archival Art Print on Paper/Photography Revisited street art with model mimicking the wall mural. All done in one shot!
Pyramid of thoughts 2018 Archival Art Print on Paper/Photography All in one shot, lensless photography combined with a light painting shot with lens added after first impression. No photoshop. Can be performed live!
Cha lilies 2018 Archival Art Print on Paper/Photography Large One shot in camera, 20 minute long exposure on rooftop in Brooklyn.