My studio is my sacred place. I knew that working alone as a solo artist it was imperative that this workspace mirrored my work and energy.
I knew I had to create my own space, a new space that I could fill with my creative energy. The studio also needed to support the physical scale of my work. After an intense property search, I knew that I needed to build it myself. And so, I found a piece of land, designed the building and built it from the ground up.
I feel that I have created a space that when I walk through the door the rest of the world seems very far removed and I’m immersed in my very own neverland that allows me to create freely away from the world.