I am an artist who makes murals and paper art using only triangles. My work —which often includes portraiture and imagined landscapes— is an exploration into the subject of interconnection, and rudimentarily mimics the function of triangles as the most fundamental fabric of reality. With often thousands of meticulously placed triangles to tell the story, it becomes easy to see how each piece, regardless of color or size, is an integral part of the narrative.
My inspiration takes root in a developing understanding of both suffering and the desire to attain happiness as human commonalities. The art form also draws from a broad range of key personal experiences, including growing up in a broadly artistic country, serving in the armed forces as a war-time medic, and later taking on a meditation practice. With this base, triangles help me narrate intricately woven stories on the subject of peace, harmony, and absolute love. They are an ode to the threads that connect all 7.8 billion of us to each other and everything else in existence.