I often use drawings of myself as a tool for mirroring my surroundings. If I want to understand a certain emotion, I mirror it visually onto myself to get a broader perception of it. I find much of my inspiration within the world of science, literature and movies. Within that, neurophysics and psychology, the normative versus the abnormative. Death is another constant in my work. I want to investigate my own and society’s relationship towards mortality. The Danish existential philosopher Søren Kierkegaard said: “You must choose your life.” I am very interested in the relationship between life, death and choice, and existential philosophy in general. I sometimes use narratives in my work, but not in an explicit way, I use reference and indications to make a narrative. I find the process of transforming something text based into something visual, quite exciting.