Employing several interwoven bodies of work, Razko twists genres of two-dimensional art-making in a visual, non-horrific exploration of the human experience of war, trauma, and memory. Informed by pop culture, history, and personal experience, Razko's paintings promote peace while challenging expectations, socio-political narratives, biases, belief systems, and tropes.
Razko earned his Master of Fine Arts degree at the New York Academy of Art in 2015. During his time at the Academy, he received the Academy Scholarship, the New Jersey Heart of a Hero Scholarship, was awarded a summer residency in Moscow, Russia, and was one of six nominated for the Chubb Fellowship. His work is published in the acclaimed book, The Figure. In 2018, Razko received a grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.