In my works, I am concerned with taking a given medium and making a personal statement based on my perception, observations, and response to my environment. I feel my art should be a natural extension of my existence, bringing to fruition personal images, symbols and forms that most accurately express my perception
I approach my work with a deliberate abandonment based on a comfortable degree of technical skill, placing the greater emphasis on the impact of the completed visual image rather than the technical aspects of the process used.
in terms of subject matter, I address myself to the unlimited resources of possibilities of my existence. The conscious inclusion of social commentary in my work is the first step toward speaking
to a universal condition. The rich artistic heritage of African art with its religious, social, and magical substance is what I select as an aesthetic and historical link.