“When you fall in love with an artist you don’t just love what they create, you fall in love with the universe of that person.” - Unknown
I am an illustrator, photographer and maker of things. With experience in mediums as far reaching as oil paints to forged metal to 35mm and digital photography to furniture to watercolour to digital media, I am a veracious creative person with a passion and love for the arts.
I call Toronto home and the orchestral chaos of this great city is a constant source of inspiration and the occasional headache. The colours and intricate lines of graffiti first drew me to art as a kid in the mid 1990’s.
I also work with Well and Good, a not for profit organization responsible for a range of services in the Toronto arts community.
My work has evolved over the years from the letterforms of graffiti and street art to a more representational vision of the world around me. Figures, landscapes and a focus on mastering the mediums of oil paints and drawing have become my primary vision. However I still hold those fundamental elements of design and colour theory close to my practice.
2009 - 2014 OCADU Bachelor of Design - Illustration
2012 - Haliburton School of the Arts - Artistic Blacksmithing
“Cabin Porn” Solo show at Tucana, Toronto 2015
“OCAD University Graduate Show” Toronto 2014
“Wilderness Heart” Propeller Gallery, Toronto 2013
“Salon Show” Project Gallery, Toronto 2014
“Figure Show” OCAD University, Toronto 2012
“PLASTIC BAGS” by Pascale Marthine Tayou - Part of Nuit Blanche 2013
“Phrases toward Rephrase" by Kyle Butler - Part of Nuit Blanche 2014