I make paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, childrens' books as well as stop motion videos. When I moved to NYC, I was surprised at people throwing away so many useful things. Then, I started to use recycled materials such as cardboard, old clothing, and milk cartons for my art. My art process includes cutting, tearing, and assembling sheets of cardboard materials using scissors and cutters. Then, I curl and glue sections of cardboard into new shapes to give them new life. By using my imagination, I turn those materials into a world full of dream and fantasy. While I work with many mixed media, imagination is the most important thing in my work. Since childhood, I have created characters from my imaginary world, which has brought happiness and peace in my mind. I would like to share happy feelings with people. At my exhibition, people can touch some of my art work because I enjoy seeing how my imagination transmits to others through my work.