Amadon’s works probe deconstructivist themes around identity, technology, and social decay. Through contorted images and fractured compositions that aggressively pulse and rearrange, Amadon portrays a form of self-expression that illuminates what he sees as an existential crisis. Reality appears to shift in and out of focus, resulting in visceral collisions of abstraction and clarity that invite viewers to decode the tenuous relations between memory and reality, visibility and understanding.

He lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and is active on the board of the Hollywood Arts Council, providing arts education in underserved communities.