Parker is self-taught, and as an artist creativity is in his blood. As such, he naturally reflects his subconscious, inspired by concepts of an impulsive vision or an unexpected muse. His paintings appeal to whimsical notions of abstraction and the American Color Field artists of the 1950-60s. The basic idea of Gerhard Richter can also be found in his works. However, the artist uses soft, muted tones and layers of acrylic that reveal traces of memory that represent sensitive reflections on the egoless world. Parker often works medium-sized canvases with acrylic paint and uses his research in the psychology of color to give the works a sensual impact - the harmonious tones of the environment connect his audience to the emotions he creates in them. The background texture is built up by layers of spray paint to emboss the canvas and capture a variety of emotions. At the same time, expressive acrylic color embossing tells the artist's experiences, in which he fully draws on his emotional state in his studio in Berlin.