ADP played the trumpet and was growing tired of it when he discovered the Aboriginal Australian instrument, the didgeridoo. This discovery lead ADP to explore the Aboriginal culture and their art. His early works relied heavily on the dot technique he had learned from his Aboriginal brothers, then gradually he took it a step further by combining it with the stenciling technique he had picked up in his street art days.
Fluent in English, French, Italian and Spanish, ADP has had success with private and group shows in the USA and Europe. Two of his pieces (“BacDonald” and “Holywood”) were recently selected for the book, “Constructing Critical Consciousness: Narratives that Unmask Hegemony and Ideas for Creating Great Equity in Education,” which demonstrates the breadth of ADP’s fan base; from Movie Stars to Academics.