I knew from the beginning this was going to be hard, It was a leap of faith, hoping I could capture something to actually submit as a photographic project. This was hard, very hard, researching and making this body of work, ripped me apart from the inside out, it hurt me in every way possible. I completely deconstructed my life, my experience, and my perception with the use of art. Realising deep down that photography and painting give me something to hold on to, they give me a purpose, the meaning in my life, its my passion in which I use to express my life, my mind, and the things I do. This project which has been directed through many channels of information, through different concepts of the world, objectively and subjectively. It has opened my eyes, my mind and my heart up to the full complexity and beauty of life, I have explored what makes it unsustainable. It stars with the deepest pats of the mind, It starts with gong into the depths of hell and resurrecting God. For me to really, really have a positive impact in the world, to get to the places I can see, the best ideal of myself, then I have to confront the most evil parts of me, figure out what it is that makes me up as a human, If I understand my mind then I can understand others too. At least its a good place to start. This has become evident after making this project and researching all I have, I can speak to people on this level that is self help, that is constructive in the positive aspect on life, at any level I actually have things to say that can wake people up to things in their lives too and to me that is beautiful, to me that is what art is for, that is why I create and I only wish to inspire my generation to become faithful in their own lives and with the world.
Being as truthful to yourself and to others is the reality of positivity. Venturing into the depths and coming back with something to translate is and always will be a challenge, thats the whole point, confronting yourself, your ego, and looking yourself in the eyes and feeling happy, feeling good but most importantly feeling loved by your own reflection. For me it is these moment in life that need to be held onto, the need to be recorded somehow. Historically they would be archetypes, stories with no scientific objectively.