Although much of my work is somewhat industrially produced, I always do the paintings myself—alone in my apartment with no assistants. Although my paintings fit the white-cube gallery-space context, they are created in a very domestic, almost conservative setting. The actual execution is quite rapid and, dare I say it, quite enjoyable. It's a welcome break from much of the organization, e-mails, and phone calls that go into the production of my other work.
I consider myself fortunate to have a varied practice—it helps keep me enthusiastic about my own art.