Introduce yourself?: My Name is Brandon Tomas. I am a pop artist living in Long Island, New York. I consider myself a fine artist though my main source of income comes from professional photography for the time being.
What inspires you everyday?: I’m mostly inspired by the struggle of overcoming. Like when an artist takes their time and works so hard to perfect exactly what their looking for and it end up being a true representation of themselves. We could all take notes from people desperate enough to complete a personal vision.
What is something you would change about people in the world?: Communication. Definitely communication. I know it’s easier said than done; and though we will never be able to all communicate, it would change everything for the better I believe. Just imagine if everyone knew every language. That and empathy.
How do you feel about the people in the world?: I feel like everyone deserves a chance. We all have our opinions, but everyday I try harder to understand other people because at the end of the day most people just want the best for our world, our society. No matter what your opinion may be about anything it’s clear that for the most part we do have common goals. Everyone deserves a fair chance, a fair opportunity to voice their opinion.
What is something you’ve struggled with in life?: I’ve always struggled with pushing myself to work harder. And pushing myself to focus on something specific. Theres so many mediums I could express my art in but it’s hard to just find one and stick with it. It’s all about self discipline, especially when you are an artist of any kind. And sometimes it feels like I don’t have enough self discipline.
What is a positive message you would give others?: We should all just learn to listen to each other, and find a way to make this work.
what is some things you wanna tell people in the world and be honest? : Just be yourself, work harder, be better. We can always be better even when we’re being the best we could be. It’s always good to keep yourself in check. But never go overboard. There is a time and place for everything, and if we learn how to communicate we could all prosper.