1. Who are you as an artist?
I am a passionate artist who loves what I do. I have practiced art for years but body art is new for me and I have only gotten better in my short time practicing.
2. What is makes your art worth it? To the world? To your fans?
Body art and photography are always worth it I enjoy practicing both forms of art and I do so regularly. I believe people enjoy my work by the reactions when they see it! And witness there reaction inspires my future work!
3. What makes you different from all the artists out there? Come on brag a bit..
I believe my work is alot more detailed than most body artist and I believe my work stands out because of this. I know I have many things to work on but after some more practice I believe I'll be known for my detailed body paints.
4. How did you get into your art?
I've been practicing art since I was a young kid but I got into body art at the first Innova X show I attended where I was the one being painted and now I'm the painter. (WE LIKE HIM ALREADY...)
5. What is the notorious thing you can say about your art that you never knew before getting into the industry?
I can honestly say there is no ceiling to what I can create and I surprise myself constantly..
6. What’s your Poison?
Not sure I understand this question but I fell in love with body art quickly and I am definitely going to work my arse off to become one of the best body painters around!
7. How is your Art “your religion”?
I don't consider my art to be my religion but definitely my passion and I do love it alot so each piece I create is meaningful.
8. What are you truly creating with your art that changes the world, changes society?
I believe that my art is a creative and washable way to express my feelings and I think when I paint Infront of people or on others I can feel there excitement and there eagerness to see what I can turn them into. It creates and builds curiosity and excitement in people and I think there is nothing better.
9. What is the message of your art?
My message is to always be comfortable. Be comfortable with your body who you are and what you can create!
10. Have you been “lucky” or “gifted” in the arts so far? Tell us more:
I believe I have been given a gift and I have been growing my gifts Everytime I get to paint or perform in front of people!
11. What do you think it takes to make it in the industry?
It takes alot of hard work and alot of practice. It's constantly meeting people and making connections and growing in your craft all at once. It is not for everyone.
12. What do you regret the most in your art?
I regret that I didn't start sooner!
13. Where do you see your career going in five years?
I hope to one day have my own art exhibit!
14. Who is the perfect artist you would love to perform with?
I honestly would love to collaborate with many other body painters. Or mural painters.
15. Legacy: At the end of the day, how do you want your fans to remember you and your art?
I hope my legacy is the guy who just kept surprising everyone and inspires other to go for it no matter the cost.