Trinidadian born artist known for his bright colors, expressionistic compressions of space and distortions of architectural space. His subjects tend to be Trinidad carnival and the local vintage architecture; he works primarily out of Miami but travels back and forth to his hometown of Port-of-Spain.
He has been noted by both collectors and critics to be the only one to fully capture the spirit and feeling of the Carnival festivities via his vivid palette and expressive playful use of perspective. His Carnival paintings tend to be satirical, expressively tongue and cheek and very detailed, which also carries into his architectural subjects, for which he is well known.
He has been drawing since the age of five, inspired by color and drama of Trinidad Carnival and the mystique of his late grandfather’s artistic skills of Chinese Calligraphy and Watercolors. The former would become the catalyst for much of his adult work as he became a full time artist. He would have some twenty solo shows starting in 1996 and countless joint shows in Trinidad, the US and England.
In 1996, he entered the arena of Trinidad Carnival with his J'Ouvert band MAS Jumbies. They continue to this day to bring an innovative and creative spin on the festival.
His work can be found in the National Museum of Trinidad & Tobago and several corporate and private collections.