Why artwork and not the usual cover model photograph images on my front covers? I wanted my covers to be more enigmatic than a real male model professionally posing. I wanted to put the beauty back into the eye of the beholder. No less erotic, more open to interpretation, more of an expression of appreciation of the male form, and sexual desire for it. I wanted to leave space for my readers to imagine their own hero, and to encourage them to think beyond outward appearance, after all, we all know we shouldn't judge a book by it's cover.
Collaborating with the talented Erick Centeno for the artwork.
"I realize my work as a fusion between the traits that denote real characteristics, which then go beyond the conventional limits...and somehow escape reality..."