……drawing is far more than a subject once taught in art schools, or a type of object that collectors began to be interested in during the 17th century, drawing is as fundamental to the energy that makes us human as singing and dancing.  – John Berger

I draw because everybody draws; mathematicians, engineers, scientists, the mad, doctors, designers, delinquents, artists, fantasists, designers, builders, plumbers, electricians, architects, geographers, anthropologists, children, carpenters, mapmakers, DIY fanatics; anyone, anywhere in the world has drawn something at sometime.

I draw because drawing is not dogmatic. I draw because drawing is nomadic, I draw because drawing  is in a constant state of flux, I draw because drawing does not recognize boundaries. I draw because drawing is always on the point of becoming something else, I draw because drawing allows me to do something rather than nothing, I draw because drawing is an act of doing. I draw because drawing is an act of seeing; I draw because drawing is an act of thinking. .