Where are you from?
I’m from Raleigh, North Carolina, and I’ve grown up there all my life.
How do you describe your style of art?
I would say the style of my art is really similar to Keith Haring, I really like the linear style and the bright colors.
Do you have other artists who inspire you?
I’m also really inspired by Roy Lichtenstein and Yayoi Kusama.
What was the inspiration behind your satellite mural?
I wanted it to be something that was sad but the colors represent the light if the situation. I would say that the raindrops represent the obstacles a person goes through in life, in order to maintain a good state of well being. When it rains or storms, it interferes with a satellite’s signal, so even though you have troubled times, you can still look past the rain and have a good time. I would say it represents how we learn or get damaged from past life experiences, and it’s important for people to look past the bad weather, and not let the past affect us from achieving our goals in our future.
Do you have any future projects that you’re excited about?
So I actually have another project in the future that I hope we’ll go through with. A guy wants us to paint is car. He has an all white car and he’s really fond of the Beatles, so he really wants us to do something Sgt. Pepper’s themed, put some Blue Meanies on there and stuff like that. I’m really stoked for that, and I hope it ends up cool.