It was around 1971, when I was eight, that I had my first sleep traveling experience. I was only eight years old when my mother would confine me to my room to study. I hated it so much that I started playing a game that I now refer to as sleep traveling. It was just a child’s game, a way to pass the time, yet it opened doors that have been haunting me to this day. It quickly became so profound that I scared myself. Over the years, my five senses and the community around me made my other sensory experiences weaker and weaker to the point that they almost vanished. But the need to find answers never went away. Sleep Traveler has been a life-long project. Even though it is classified as fiction, it is based on my true, personal, paranormal experiences.
My passion has always been with the art of expressing myself. After I graduated from high school, as much as I wanted to study art, my family would not allow it; so I was basically pushed toward health related studies. It took thirteen years for me to become a periodontal surgeon. But as a second major, I studied for a Bachelors and a Masters in Psychology to find answers for myself. I also draw to express myself, from simple drawings to elaborate paintings. I also love still photography and all aspects of motion cinematography. Through it all, I believe I have taken simple ideas from my experiences and put them together in a way that makes it easier to understand my unique and different perspective toward life and death.
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An intricately layered collage of different points in time within a surreal dreamscape, shining a unique and positive perspective on life, the afterlife, and living energy, as well as the infinite possibilities of energy that can be tapped via our most forgotten and misused human tool – our consciousness.
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