My work examines the cluttered structure of urban spaces. I am particularly fascinated with that which is gritty, layered, and crumbly. Alleyways, industrial spaces and overall clutter all excite me and inspire the work that I do.
My illustrative paintings are created on clear-primed wood panels. I work with various ink drawing and acrylic painting techniques to achieve the final multi-layered pieces.


I received my BFA from Mount Allison University in New Brunswick, Canada in 2009. In 2010 I moved to Vancouver, Canada to begin my art career amongst the urban clutter of the Downtown East Side. In 2019 I relocated to Niagara, Ontario to begin documenting the areas surrounding Toronto.