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I interpret the life of an epileptic through my illustrations. I focus on my own personal experiences with absence and tonic clonic seizures, memory loss, and fear. I utilize charcoal, acrylic, and sometimes mixed media to communicate my emotions.


Often these feelings translate to surrealism that skirts the edge of horror.  For my work I focus on using semitransparent surfaces to achieve dreamlike or ethereal attributes. This creates an important presence within the imagery that addresses the intangible nature and uncertainty of this chronic neurological condition.


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