Devin is a painter living, working, and creating in Los Angeles, CA. From the age of 10, he has had a fascination with the human figure, and a passion for painting. His work, created primarily in acrylic with only black and white pigment, portrays various societal and psychological perspectives. He finds much of his inspiration in how other people perceive themselves and the world around them. To summarize his style, and desired expression, his work explores and elevates the delicate and sensitive manner innate to the human form, for both men and women alike. He uses this cross-section of tenderness and elegance to challenge societal expectations. The subjects in each piece exist in the nude, a portrayal of how humans are their most vulnerable and natural selves selves when stripped away from ego driven materialism. The choice to limit his palette to just black and white, the simplest expression of light and dark, is far beyond an aesthetic one. Their contrast is used as both an intentioned representation of beauty, and as a literal visual juxtaposition representing right and wrong in our thoughts and beliefs as a society.  His work has been seen and reviewed by figures including Beyonce, Tyler Perry, Steve Harvey and more.

Devin is a painter living, working, and creating in Los Angeles, CA. From the age of 10, he has had a fascination with the human figure, and a passion for painting. His work, created primarily in acrylic with only black and white pigment, portrays various societal and psychological perspectives. He finds much of his inspiration in how other people perceive themselves and the world around them. To summarize his style, and desired expression, his work explores and elevates the delicate and sensitive manner innate to the human form, for both men and women alike. He uses this cross-section of tenderness and elegance to challenge societal expectations. The subjects in each piece exist in the nude, a portrayal of how humans are their most vulnerable and natural selves selves when stripped away from ego driven materialism. The choice to limit his palette to just black and white, the simplest expression of light and dark, is far beyond an aesthetic one. Their contrast is used as both an intentioned representation of beauty, and as a literal visual juxtaposition representing right and wrong in our thoughts and beliefs as a society.

His work has been seen and reviewed by figures including Beyonce, Tyler Perry, Steve Harvey and more.