Bio


From a mish-mash of cultural identities to a unique global cultural identity, my training in creative techniques & expressions are inextricably linked with training in psychology. I have travelled constantly to many countries from the age of three, such that during my life I have often felt a disconnection netween man and nature, and thus have developed a keen eye for noticing the subtle changes in urban and rural landscapes resulting from these disconnects. This has led me to actively look forpossible reconnections and reunifications, which I explore on one had through visual arts, and applied psychology  on the other.  My artistic projects are centered around constructs of culture/identity and humankind’s relationship with nature through immersive experiments that distill the essence of such cultural & psychological perceptions. These works are meant to create spaces and experiences of contemplative viewing, they are explorations in awareness.





Mark