He is an artist based in Los Angeles. He graduated from Otis College of Art and Design in 2010. Recent exhibitions include Abrash at Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago, 2018); Polypainting at Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong, 2018); Polypainting at GNYP Gallery, (Berlin, 2018); Decoration Never Dies, Anyway at Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Museum, (Tokyo, 2017); Horror Vacui or the annihilation of space at Misako and Rosen (Tokyo, 2017); Earthquakes And The Mid Winter Burning Sun (with Kazuo Shiraga) at Ever Gold [Projects] (San Francisco, 2017); Labyrinth(s) at Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong, 2016); Onnagata at GNYP Gallery, (Berlin, 2016); Onnagata at Feuer/Mesler (New York, 2016); and Samsara at Depart Foundation (Los Angeles, 2015). Primarily working with painting and printmaking, the Pour treats the history of painting as a framework to explore the products of cultural exchange and the possibilities for creativity and hybridization within the medium. The works encompass diverse subject matter and culturally specific references ranging from Persian miniature painting to Ukiyo-e prints, and Western Abstraction to Eastern landscape painting. In 2019, his book was published by Skira.