Every night, before I fall asleep, I enjoy exploring a visual or musical concept in a library full of stories in my head. It feels as though I am pulling out and playing a DVD, and a film begins to create itself. These fragments of my imagination frequently enter my flight-filled, color-exploding, symphony-playing dreams. Every morning, before I can forget them, I quickly draw my dreams in my sketchbook, describe the concepts in my notebook, or experiment with unusual, dissonant chords on a piano.
The majority of my artwork, whether it be a finished painting or a doodle in my school planner, is inspired by music. In the same way, the short musical snippets I compose are also based off of visuals in my head before playing the first note on a piano. I sometimes listen to an hour-long symphony, and I create an entire story,
I aspire to become a visual development artist. Along the way, I have a multitude of short projects, goals or jobs I aim to carry out, such as freelance graphic design and illustration, animation, and composing film music. Although innovating characters, environments and worlds is the general agenda of the job, the deeper purpose of my goal is to expand society’s range of imagination and fight social injustices through visual communication.
I'm still exploring a range of styles, so you'll find oil and watercolor paintings, to digital art, to tumblr-esque pen drawings.