I consider myself to be an abstract painter.
My main influences are abstract expression and Japanese calligraphy.
Intuition is the core of my process; through it I perceive what the painting has to say to me.
The blank canvas is always the dramatic moment: the world does not exist and waits to be created.
A certain level of tension appears, and the best thing to do is to embrace it.
Gesture by gesture, emotion materializes in colour, weight, and transparency.
I struggle for every fraction of texture.
I must be precise, but there where imprecision is irresistible.
I see each work as the study of the study that preceded it.
There is no end point, or it is just possible to disregard it.
The task requires method, perseverance, and a good dose of humility.