What medium do you work in?
Oils. They are slow, malleable and forgiving. I need a lot of forgiveness when I'm working.
How do you come up with your images?
My work often revolves around body language. I want my images to interact emotionally with the viewer. I will think of — or see — a pose that I think is provoking in some way and then build on that. I hardly have an idea in mind when I start; although, by the time I'm finished, I'll usually have created something that is deeply important to me almost without my knowing it.
Do you take commissions?
I'm not currently taking commissions. If you want to know more about commissioned work, you can ask my art rep Bree Ogden.
If I email you, will you reply?
Do you really eat bunnies for breakfast?
Is a river full of dead bodies?
Where do you get inspiration?
Everywhere. I work full time in a second-hand store and find a lot of inspiration there. I think you have to be open to all kinds of inspiration, but you also have to be very aware of what is good and what isn't. You need to be able to communicate with your inner Frank so that A) you're not getting overwhelmed by your inspiration and B) so you don't just go creating whatever comes to mind.
Where can I buy your work?
For original work, ask Bree. If you want prints of work, go here.
If you didn't find the answer to your question here, you can email me at email@example.com.