Therin has, since childhood, been developing their own personal mythology, fascinated by tales passed on through the rise and fall of empires, legends saturated by with the quizzical human talent for mythiciszing the cycles of life. Brooks has built a body of work unrestricted by medium or scale, but rich in anthropological themes reflecting gender spectacle, memory, transcendentalism. While learning what is best in both living life and building it, their more recent works explore deeply emotional and personal themes. Hoping to bring exposure and dialogue to the often invisible nature of gender variance, the woks invite viewers to examine perception of gender and how we experience it both socially and personally. Every piece is part of a story with intent, a science fiction diary, some rich in allegorical symbolism carrying human experience with dignity, some using humor to handle spite or eroticism and cliche to carry a message with less composure. Each series of work, for the artist, is a collection of natural diplomacy, a sensual symbiosis, a love letter to the anti- hero, and hints of tales and legends to come.