The drawings began as a gift to the kitchen for a great meal, but then he noticed them migrating onto restaurant walls, taped up on display. This gave him the confidence to share his work publically. Slowly he turned sketches into commissions for menu boards, which later became larger projects like murals. Restaurants becoming his artist’s gallery for displaying his work. First in Atlanta, where he drew for popular places like Staplehouse, now in his new home in Seattle, where he has worked with Eduardo Jordan, of Junebaby, among others. Once just inspired by chefs, Dozfy, his artist alias, now collaborates with chefs to create live art experiences in their restaurants.