The Artist formerly known as "Mr. Rogers, Sir, High School teacher Extraordinaire."
Tzak's creative philosophy stems from the theory that all types of intelligence are interconnected and linked to the other. In other words, a missing link could result in art that is somehow lacking all the elements needed for it to be complete. Tzak maintains that he practices six fundamental intelligences by which he creates his paintings, they are "numerical, spacial, articulate, kinesthetics, perception of others and finally, understanding yourself". He further enforces his philosophy by posing the questions "Why, Why not, can it be done better?" Tzak is simply inspired by all that life has to offer and it is this attitude that navigares his creativity.