My art is mainly focused on the figurative way of representation. Subjects and ideas I want to share with others are never completely literal and direct and I often find myself balancing between serious, ludicrous and childish. The process of getting inspired is based on something I call streams of consciousness. I usually let my thoughts wander and when I “get” a thought that might be suitable for artistic representation, I instantly write it down or make a sketch of it. It is hard to say what my inspirations are. The things that inspire me are literally everywhere. They can be memories from my childhood, the Internet, news and media, or society as a whole. My work is often a reflection of the weirdness and bizarreness of the times we live in.

Even though I work in all kinds of artistic forms, such as sculpture, printmaking and digital art, most of my work is focused on painting.