As an artist my work is based in the psychology of youth, beauty and strength, human sustenance and the bioengineering of food production. My line of inquiry takes two seemingly unrelated objects and combines them to create a kind of visual pun, or metaphor, to enable a new understanding. I rely heavily on humour and interaction in my work as vehicles to complete this transformation. I encourage the viewers kinesthetic actions, breaking down the formal expectations of high art. In doing so I seduce the viewer, drawing them into my work under the guise of a deceptively simple narrative, where deeper interpretations are not initially apparent, until the viewer has completely digested the work.

The practice of perfecting the skills needed to execute a concept into reality is at the heart of all art. As an artist I have become intimately familiar and passionately involved in the process of bronze casting. I have a strong understanding of the complete processes of clay, plas- ter, silicone, casting and molding techniques. My aim is always to create a synthesis between the practical and theoretical sides to my practice, merging ancient techniques and contemporary analysis.

Scope Miami Art Show, Bombay Sapphire Gallery, Miami, 2016
Culture Crawl Art Fair, Studio 202, 1000 Parker, Vancouver, 2016.
Cityscape Gallery, 'Extraordinary' Group show, N.Vancouver. 2015.
Gordon Smith Gallery, Group Show, N. Vancouver. 2014.
The Capilano Textile & Studio Art, Group Show, Vancouver. 2013.
Capilano Gallery, East to West, Group Show, N. Vancouver. 2012.
Capilano Gallery, TedX, Ted Talks Group Show, Vancouver. 2011.
Capilano Gallery, Plus One, Group Show, N.Vancouver 2010.
Art Mur Gallery, Recollect, Collective Show, Montreal Q.C. 2009.
Studio 5262, Painters Collective Show, Montreal, Quebec. 2008.