I believe that my music should be as emotionally complex as we are. What happens in day-to-day life and interactions with people in our society are the main source of my inspiration. The reflection of life, whether good or bad is something that I value in art. Not necessarily in the “ Concrete“ sense. Works of art that reflected deep emotions and experiences speak to me the most. Music, dance, or visual arts that use the tools of their craft to convey things that reflect what it deeply means to be sad, or anxious, or any emotion in an intense way. Vividly reflecting emotions and experiences through a chromatic language expresses the experiences that I want and need to express the best. Deep emotions aren’t restricted. They’re wild and free, and sometimes chaotic. The passion of experiences and expression of the feelings of us as a society is what I aim to reflect with my works.