Moderation has never been a concern. My work is diaristic, uses double entendres and is often topically immature. Working with a collage mentality and feminist tendencies, I often use satire to process a grave situation. Speaking from a personal vantage point, I try to bridge dialogue between the sexes and hope the audience can relate. In addition, working from my perspective seems more honest to me; maybe it interests me more as documentation.
Thick oil paint allows for a tactile, slightly messy approach and the tic of the hand is apparent. I tend to gravitate toward work that has the aura of the maker. Early graffiti has always been an influence; the more direct, the better, when it was used as a means of communication and territorial dominance.