Sea. "This is an example of a stream of consciousness drawing I like to make in my sketchbooks, when I am not making illustrations. I usually start with some sort of horizon line which instantly creates a space, and then I just start populating the space with whatever images come into my mind. I try not let my intellect get in the way, and I just let it unfold. In the end, it's as much a surprise to me as if I had been watching someone else do it. I've noticed that I like to make things float, and have them touch each other, so there is lightness and interconnectedness, ideals that I aspire to. I credit my teacher Dwight Harmon for his inspiration."