First and foremost I am a creative, I love ideas, the occasional brew, and will forever be the guy with the camera who won't get down in front. I won't always follow the beaten path, but there is a method to my madness that will leave us both amazed with what we've made.
But there is one thing that you must always realize is that I am a creative only after being human and alive because I have to. As my friend Anna Lindell taught me my art is my vital organ I have to have it with me at all times. At the time it was a sketch book, but I've moved on to see that everything and anything can be your canvas. Whether it be print, web design, production design anything can be a project.
Ultimately what everyone is after in the end is the story, not only of how it was created but why? Which is what I wish to tell with my work, I love to see the imprints. Otherwise known as the remanence of erased lines, and sketches. I love to see the entire frame of the house with the plumbing, electrical, furniture, and amongst the clutter and mess there is you.
For you everything is clear, and is as if you had a manual to the entire idea. I guess what I'm saying is seeing the process is living the process.
Eric J. Warner