When I was younger I did some watercolor paintings, but other than that I never thought too much about making art. During study hall, to deal with boredom and stress, I started to scribble on paper with my ballpoint pen. From then on I’ve been doing my own kind of art. Line built upon line, patterns emerge. It’s my own art form - nobody tells me what to do, or how to do it. There are no grades. It’s fun, relaxing and even therapeutic.