In my work over time I have always tried to give the viewer an understanding of the artist's journeys from abstract generalities to particularities, unravelling some of the mysteries of representing, and deconstructing assumptions that come between understanding and perception. If an artist can make his subject matter, matter to such an extent that it becomes inexpressive, they have reached the core of revealing what it is to be an artist. I love to paint, I love to play.
My maternal grandmother taught me to sing in English and think in Irish, and to remember that we do not think in words. This has served me well so far in that I have been able to express myself through the mediums of music and the visual arts in this chaos that some have described as a charmed life"