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  A Bridging of Empathy through Art


At the age of 18, I embarked on a journey to create art that transcends mere visuals, aiming to evoke emotions and foster empathy. Thus, I developed the Fourth Audience Intake Theory—a methodology rooted in amalgamating diverse art forms to craft narratives that resonate universally.

Narrative Elements

Central to this approach is the narrative journey embedded within each artwork. Through intricate illustration and storytelling, I strive to unveil the interconnectedness of human experiences, particularly delving into the complexities of adulthood, beginning at age 25. This narrative invites viewers to introspect, drawing parallels with their own life stories.

Mystery and Discovery

 Embracing curiosity and exploration, I embed hidden images and characters within my art, echoing the stages of childhood and adolescence. These hidden elements not only engage viewers but also symbolize the journey of self-discovery and talent emergence. Furthermore, by intertwining the experience of dyslexia, I shed light on the diverse and often unseen facets of human existence.

Technique and Mastery

 Leveraging techniques honed through years of artistic growth, I employ composition, value, stipple, and pointillism to weave intricate multi-woven artworks of emotion and meaning. This mastery of technique serves as a testament to the coming of age—marked by the advancement in understanding and skill development.

Personal Symbolism

 Within this artistic realm lies the embodiment of my character, Shun—a fusion of a mushroom and a carnivorous plant. This symbol represents my journey of self-exploration and metamorphosis, mirroring the transformative power of art in shaping identity and perception.

 Through the Fourth Audience Intake Theory, I aspire to transcend the boundaries of art, fostering empathy, understanding, and interconnectedness. By inviting viewers to embark on a journey of introspection and discovery, my artwork seeks to illuminate the human experience and inspire positive change in the world.

The breakdown laws elements on how I create my work


1. Story

This element combines illustration and storytelling through the use of objects as symbols and corresponds with understanding the universal connections that come with adulthood, beginning at age 25. This stage represents the bigger picture, the coming together as a whole, and the understanding of it that comes only through wisdom gained by experience.

This concept is realized as the work in which technique and illustration are combined.


2. Elements of Mystery

This element employs the aspects of curiosity and exploration of childhood and adolescence by hiding images and characters who serve as navigators within the larger piece for its viewer to find as well as to keep the viewer entertained and engaged. In this life period, ages 5 through 16, early stages of disabilities like Dyslexia are discovered while at the same time, unusual talent emerges and is honed. This stage is marked by exploration and discovery and corresponds with the Age of Reason.

This concept is realized in the work through abstraction and the ability to see things in a 3D format that comes with Dyslexia.

3. Technique

This element builds upon lessons learned in childhood. This period is marked by advancement in understanding and actions, corresponding to coming of age, ages 16 – 25.

This concept is realized in the work through composition and value and the complex interweaving of images using stipple and pointillism.

4. Description

This element invites viewers of all stripes into Camp’s private creative world, giving his audience a window into the purpose and story of each piece. This concept is realized through the written word.


The Process 

1. I work on a theme for a large audience that can understand, for example, asthma, this is which don't have. 

2. I then research the topic and gather information that will tell the story. 

3. I then I will go to sleep and meditate on the topic.

4. I wake up and then start creating the sketch. 

5. Then once get an understanding of what will make sense to my audience I will construct the composition.  

6. As I create the artwork my dramatic dyslexic eyes will create multiple images that will connect the rest of the story.  

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