My practice revolves around the visual representations of music pieces. My reimagined album cover designs are conceived drawing from the bold attitudes of eccentric muses by the likes of; Bowie and his desire for individualism, Linder Sterling with her unapologetic feminist provocation, and confrontational spirit of the punk movement in the 70s.
From delving deep into self-directed case studies of various personas and subcultures, I have strived to encapsulate their “essence” within my visual manifestations. My aim was not only to channel their energy visually but to also appropriately represent the musicians works that I have chosen.
My creative method consists of a fusion between traditional hand cut collage and digital distortion. Hand cut collage being one of the foundations of my practice is a very tactile and visceral process with perpetual experimentation. I rely immensely on the moment during designing, trusting inner intuition. It is in this way that I embrace a sense of chaos, coherent with my fascination for Dadaism. Everything is spontaneous yet is driven forward by the intent of broadcasting a specific message.