In the duality of this world, I enjoy exploring the edge between spontaneity and intention. I often build ordered layers in my work, only to destroy them with random splatters and experimentation. Sometimes, it’s difficult to know when the train has arrived. While some of those first layers may reveal beauty, I often press on with risky motions, realizing later that a valid destination has already wizzed by. Whether frustrated, or bold, the process ultimately becomes my struggle, my journey, and my meditation. In the end, finding great moments of “flow state” is possibly the most any human can ask for. I’m forever in this process, occasionally finding my peace when the train stops, and I’m grateful for those who appreciate the feeling, the movement, or the visual story that’s been told.
I started FreeThink Studios in about 2003 with a couple of hacks from a design agency in Indianapolis. It’s been running at various capacities for almost 20 years. Visit FreeThink Studios
Home and Family
Nothing means more to me than being insular and private with my family at home. I would promote my social media page if I was into that!