Can you tell us a bit about your creative process? Especially with live art vs. studio art?
I usually just jump straight in with both and try not to over think it as I've accepted that things rarely go as initially planned (like life!). For this I've looked to children for inspiration, they approach tasks fearlessly and positively and in some ways we have a lot to learn from them. However, it wasn't always that way! When I first started live painting I was a nervous wreck. Thankfully after being submerged in enough of those situations I became a bit more confident.
Don’t over think it!
It's hard to narrow down the list of figures I have. So many notable people have influenced our world and I have a great deal of respect for them. Currently though I am all about some Russell Brand because the man is brilliant, a leading activist, and a true testimony that we all have our faults but are not limited by them.
What's your favorite song that make you want to roar or scream?
It’s only been in the past year that I've gotten into sewing and jewelry making. I realized I've had this list of skills I wanted to learn and with the help of internet tutorials I’m slowly making that happen. I love the rewarding sensation of having something click and make sense after all the struggle and mistakes. Oh the mistakes.. so many mistakes. Next on the list is leather working.