Born in Québec City, Canada, I’ve lived most of my life in Montréal with some years in London, New York City, and Ottawa.
As a self-taught multi-disciplinary artist; I am interested in textures, patterns,
and colour blocks.
My work has been exhibited in galleries and public spaces in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, NYC, San Diego, Berlin, and the UK; it is part of both private and public collections.
Art, in my case, is heavily informed by issues of time, design, science, nature, desire, and memory. I am fascinated by the language of monochrome art.
Nevelson, Betty Goodwin, Jean McEwen, Martin Puryear, Leonardo Drew, Cybèle
Young, and Polly Apfelbaum have been an immeasurable inspiration.
I believe in
artists making their communities better places, and therefore support, and donate
work to, organisations providing services to LGBTI youth, First Nations women, garment
workers, public libraries, and research into neurological diseases.