My art, to me at least, is a direct extension of how I experience life as an autistic adult and how I try to understand it. I tend to use certain motifs in my work that express how I view my life. Grid patterns and intentional smudging of surfaces are representative to how I cope with my surroundings, suggesting a certain kind of malaise of perception and awareness. At times there are emotions billowing out from within the image I create, whether intentional or not. Recently I started a series of works called "Face Blind" which examines the perspective of the inability of some people like me to read into other people's faces."