Completed Documentary Edit
I like to make things that are beautiful. I'm very process driven and it's, you know, when I'm they're building it. It's about that piece. My process kind of is evolving. You know, photography has been my main thing. Sculpture has been going really well. I'm still, you know, figuring out the way that I like to work best. You know, some some people really like to make their money from their artwork. And other people like to release that pressure from an artwork and have side jobs, And I kind of I kind of do a mix of the two. Most people respond really positively to my work, and I really enjoy that. But it's I do enjoy the counterpoints of of people on their reaction and interesting experience. In New York, a guy wanted to like, really engaged me in art, speaking just like make up stuff that I didn't mean, and I'm starting to work more conceptually than I used to. But I think it's funny when people wanted to find their universe based on your like just make this convoluted story that isn'...
t necessarily there. Which doesn't mean that it isn't for other artists. Your presence to the peace effects it and it affects you. And it's sort of this this loop my name is Miguel Edwards, and I am an artist.
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