Isaac's work consists of wheel thrown pots depicting images created from stencils, silkscreens and painting. The subjects depicted on his pots include political figures, musicians, artists, and Isaac himself. Inspired by how pottery of Ancient Greek and Egyptian culture communicated through popular figures (pharaohs or gods) and symbols, Isaac's work draws from Hip Hop culture, pop culture, politics and recent events to tell the modern myth. He looks to portray cultural icons not as mere mortals but how they exist in the his own psyche. Hero's who are larger than life. Isaac looks to symbolically capture how these historical figures were immortalized by their deeds or misdeeds. Similarly Isaac is able to recreate himself on his work. Expressing different sides of himself and capturing them on his work. In this way Isaac has created a parallel universe to ours on the surface of his pots.
Isaac discovered the potter's wheel while attending Madison West High in 2007 and since then his life has been covered with clay. While attending the University of Wisconsin he received a B.S. in Philosophy and continued to pursue clay outside of school. Deciding that art is his true calling, Isaac started to focus more on his work in ceramics during his last two years in college. He became a member at the Midwest Clay Project in Madison, WI. During his 3.5 years at the studio Isaac did work study, then an apprenticeship under Jennifer Lapham. In 2015 Isaac left his hometown of Madison, WI and moved to Seattle, WA to find more opportunities in clay. Since moving, he has volunteered as studio assistant at Lakeside High School, did a work study at Pottery Northwest and is now the Teaching Assistant and Lab Tech at North Seattle College. This fall Isaac will be attending Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA for a Post Baccellarette program. Isaac's influences include western philosophy, Ancient Greek and Egyptian Culture, Hip Hop, Street Art, and Pop Culture. Isaac's artistic mission is to continue to be creative and to inspire others to create and follow their dreams.