His paintings are not only visually appealing, depicting colourful cakes in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they also serve as an extremely effective and humorous political and social commentary tool. Inspired heavily on his own personal experiences as a queer man and those of other minorities who live oppressed by the patriarchal society in the United States (and the world), he uses his work to speak up on and for issues which affect these communities internally and externally.
In particular, he targets the gay community where social media and dating apps have become toxic communities where the fewer clothes you wear the more likes you’ll get. Places where mental health is completely disregarded and things like racism, bottom-shaming, and an array of other internalised homophobia behaviours reign free and supreme. Which is why his art has been such a breath of fresh and fun air in 2020 which has been for, the most part, pretty grey.