His work sounds like an amateur sales pitch by a 16-year-old who just read some Lovecraft and The Doors of Perception last month.
I'm not saying the carvings don't look cool, and I'm not saying the guy didn't actually go to the Amazon, but his "story" is remarkably light on the specifics.
This work began deep in the Amazon Rainforest
Oh? Where? What country? What tribe? What village?
I was cured by native healers several years ago
Oh? Cured of what? How many years, exactly? What were the healers' names?
If he was really in the Amazon, why is the picture of a shaman on his webpage (http://isnervision.com/about/) an image stolen from another webpage (http://santuarioshipibo.org/?page_id=51)?
The wood carvings are cool. Copyright infringement isn't cool. Cultural appropriation isn't cool. Fetishizing the traditional spirituality of indigenous cultures for commercial gain isn't cool.