I try to paint from the subconscious, not worrying about the outcome. This makes the process of painting more spontaneous and free. I like to think my paintings reflect how powerful the subconscious can be. They give you a feeling of excitement and chaos. Painting this way lets me work in an immediate and personal way. Mistakes are not an issue while painting because I don't think about the finished product. I just paint for the act of painting. For me, painting is more about the process of making a painting rather than the subject matter or finished product and I hope the viewer can experience that idea when they look at my paintings.
I use many different tools while painting such as bottles, spray paint, plungers, and various objects around the house. I like an organic yet geometric feel. The pallet knives give my paintings the most texture and organic look while my brush stokes make up the geometric shapes. I often begin with colors that are in close range on the color wheel and then as I paint will let complimentary or contrasting colors suggest themselves. Sometimes a color palette from a page of a magazine or a scene from a TV show will inspire the colors for a painting. Or I might see a random pairing of colors and choose to paint with them. My paintings usually never have a central focal point because I want the viewer to really search around the canvas to fully experience the painting.