Cody Jorgensen has studied art at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, but his journey in art started much earlier. Art was a way to an escape from what was going on around him. It brought him peace, self-reflection, and expression. He currently teaches art as well as creates his work out of his home in the Heights. He has shown at shows curated by Dandee Warhol and Hardy & Nance Studios, as well as a booth at Bayou City Art Festival. He currently has two collections, and two styles. Working mostly in paint and mixed media, both with a brush and with spray paint. Mixed media work typically consists of paint, resin, and gold or silver leaf. Resin can give a piece such depth, and can give the viewer something different depending on the light and angle, seemingly ever changing. His pop art pieces started out of a love for color and shapes, along with relatable, as well as sometimes gay icons. He likes to celebrate the universal love for these characters and the joy they have brought so many. This style is also very adaptable and works well with both animal and human portraits, as well. His use of trees stems from the beauty of the branches overlapping, along with continuing to grow, despite the obstacles they face. He also like to use the heart, as the arteries and veins share similarities with the branches taking on the same pain, but having the ability to heal, grow, and move on.