A large majority of the work I do is inspired by my interest in psychology/sociology and space. I find myself questioning certain aspects or current ideals, and expectations, within society and popular culture. I believe that art and creation revolve around questioning and research. How we look at our surroundings, and why we spilt off into specific social groups. One of my main projects, Solitary Utopia, revolves around ideals like the "Psychology of Space"; how we look at, interact in, see, experience, and relate to spaces. Where as my projects Flat Spots & Broken Spokes and Not Your Average Daily Driver are more rooted in documenting specific subcultures. When I look at a space I might first think about how I could interact with it on a bike, photograph it, or how the leading lines of a building draw my eye. Its this continual search for questions and answers that drives me to create.