My art practice is an extension of self, a conduit to transfer energy in a positive way.
Combining various mediums of my artistic practice and physical pursuits as a method of engaging the world in meaningful dialogue, my works often reflect a yoking together of body and mind, as my consciousness engages in stimulating my brain and developing neuroplasticity.
Works have focused on tools of expression that I have realised, discovering and linking my art practice more closely to my identity, learning to live and showing people how to have fun with the creativity and unique perspectives of Autism.
Recent works were exhibited in a gallery which formed a cocoon-like space, comforting, engaging and providing a perfect environment for this sort of ‘mind-mapping’. Starting a conversation with my audience through my adaptable tools of expression works I hope will be of benefit to my audience, in both the art community and society in general.