I’ve generally been interested by dark lights, the excellence of the human body, my general surroundings and the capacity to make and convey what needs be through workmanship. Be that as it may, it wasn’t until weariness situated in, in the wake of being stuck in wedding a picture photography for over a quarter century, these fixings startlingly impacted making what I call “Bodyscapes”. I’m currently lovingly alluded to as “The Bob Ross of Black Light Body Painting”, in view of my style and the sorts of scene I decide to paint on the human canvas.
Originating from a photographic foundation I need my works of art to be as photograph sensible as could reasonably be expected. In an obscured studio, while painting with UV body paint under the brightening of the dark light, I’m actually painting with light. From the craftsman’s point of view it turns into an exceptionally strange even profound experience.