I'm an autistic queer disabled artist who loves color and texture. My work is beautiful, expressive, and raw all at the same time. Some of my art addresses difficult topics. I create work that feeds my soul, and I hope it feeds yours, too.
The You Be You, I'll Be Me series is an ode to our differences, seeing them, and celebrating them. It is especially a celebration of the LGBTQ community, of which I am a part. This celebration is a protest against all who hurt us with legislation, hateful sermons, and personal prejudices.