"My influences come from the comic book industry with artists like Frank Frazetta, Boris Vallejo, Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane, John Byrne, George Perez, and many more great drawers and inkers. I was always into art with great detail, composition, use of color and use of perspective. It wouldn't be until now that the seeds these artists planted in me would come to fruition. Nowadays I look to the great painters of the past to draw upon creative energies. Artists of all kinds now can touch me and fuel my fire. Three dimensional art like sculpture and glass have caused me to look at things in a new light.
"I don't want to pinned down into any one genre when it comes to creating art. All too often I see artists who are known for a certain thing and that's all they do but they do it well. I want to be known as the artist that can do anything well in any style. Bruce Lee invented his own style of martial arts because he didn't like the limitations of the others. He said his style is 'no style'. That's how I approach my art. I have no 'one' style. I have many moods and an unlimited style."