My skulls are still ceramics based, but draws from my first introductions to art as a graffiti writer in the early 1990s in Philadelphia PA, and then as a tattoo artist in the mid 1990s. The skull is a direct reflection of tattoo culture, and serves as the statement of my identity in the work. Each assembly of skulls is custom built for a specific location, porcelain skulls mounted to a wooden or metal background. I wander the streets of towns and cities looking for the perfect place to leave each piece. I use the skulls to cover broken windows in abandoned buildings, or forgotten, recessed areas that are often overlooked by the public. Once a good spot is discovered, I take measurements, and create a piece for that specific spot. Then the pieces are then screwed, nailed, glued or bolted into place and left for the public.