Born in Québec City (QC, Canada), I’ve lived most of my life in Montréal with some years in London (UK) and New York City. I currently work and live in Ottawa.

As a self-taught multi-disciplinary artist; my art is heavily informed by design, science, nature, desire, winter, and urban spaces. I speak the language of textures, lines, patterns, and geometrical abstractions.

My work has been exhibited in galleries and public spaces in Toronto, New York City, Montréal, Berlin, and San Diego.
Collectors and commissions of my artwork can be found in Canada, the U.S., the UK, Japan, Brazil, France, and Australia.

Louise Nevelson, Betty Goodwin, Lygia Pape, Lygia Clark, Carmen Herrera, Mira Schendel, Martin Puryear, and Agnes Martin are immeasurable inspirations.

I believe artists make their communities better places, and therefore support organizations providing services to LGBTQ2S+ youth, artists living with AIDS, and public libraries.