My work is at an intersection of graffiti, studio painting, art education, community organizing and public space. All of these facets inform each other seamlessly and allow me the freedom to investigate my artistic interests from a holistic perspective. Currently, I am focused on painting indoors and outdoors in equal parts. Indoor painting allows me to use graffiti painting materials and expand beyond graffiti vernacular parameters. Conversely, outdoor painting satisfies my obligation to honor graffiti and its history as a social practice.