I am a multimedia artist, raised in South Africa with a bachelor’s degree in Art Practice from UC Berkeley. My works are my means of interpreting the world as I have experienced it in a visual way and mainly deals with themes of identity, sexuality, psychology, and sentimentality. Through my life and through my art practice I hope to continue to explore different parts of my experience and a collective human experience that will hopefully provoke people to reflect on themselves and maybe even feel a little less alone. 

UC Berkeley – BA

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