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1. Tell me about something you liked as a child.

 I've always been into art and music. I was interested in drawing from a very young age. However, I never really seemed to accel in it so I took up 3D rendering.

2. Who is your favorite writer? (Art, books, games, etc.)

 I really like games with interesting storylines. Studios like Bethesda with Skyrim and Bungie with the Halo series. I like the way the tell stories through their immersive gaming experience.

3. What was your personal motivation to work on art?

 I think my love of gaming is what helped propel me into art. Seeing what is possible through 3d rendering and the artwork that was created for these games really sparked my interest at an early age.

4. What is the important part you would like to talk about through art work?

 I like to try and tell stories through each one of my pieces. If you look there are themes that move throughout all of my works. I don't really like to tell the viewer what to see, but rather like to have them build their own stories and ideas based on what they see.

5. Tell us about your worldview to understand your work, and what methodology do you use to capture it in your art?

 I've always had this fascination with alternate realities and parallel universes. I think my works try to tap into this other world. If you notice my characters are usually cloaked completely so you cannot see their faces. I like to keep it this way as I believe it's more relatable for all people. I don't want to exclude any people group so I like the anonymity of the characters.


The Return

6. The sense of time in your work seems slow, deep, and solitary. I'm impressed by the infinite repetition of nature or timeless beings. Tell us about the temporality you visualize in your work.

 When it comes to the nature of my work, what comes out really depends on my mood for the day to be honest. I do like the pieces that loop as it seems they are stuck in this infinite cycle. Maybe time flows incredibly slow for them as opposed to what we know. Time and scale are things that are easy to manipulate in animated artworks.

7. Why did you start NFT ART?
 I started NFTs because I thought it was a great way to track my art. Also, to show the authenticity of the work. I saw that people seemed to really respect our work in the NFT space, which was a huge draw for me.. 

8. What is the most memorable moment while doing NFT ART?  

 My most memorable moment so far in NFTs was my first Nifty Gateway drop. Making more money in 10 mins than I made in a year of freelance work... that absolutely BLEW my mind!. 

9. What do you think about the risk of hacking while working on NFT art, and what measures can be taken to prevent it?

 When it comes to work being hacked, I'm not sure how that works exactly. However, I have had my wallet hacked. I signed a contract with my wallet that drained my collected NFTs and some coins. Unfortunately was also the address linked to all my sites from which I minted work. So for Super Rare I lost all of my followers, which was around 1500 at the time. Not only that but I lost around $30k in assets, so it was a very...frustrating time. I learned about hot / cold / offline wallets after that. Expensive lesson learned.

10. What do you think is the role of an artist today?

 I think the role of an artist today is the same as it's always been, really. To help bring a sense of escape to the viewer. To help spark discussion and dialogue among people. To help shine a light on things we may not want to talk about and that can be uncomfortable. To hopefully leave the world in a better place than when we started. 
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