A lifelong love of drawing and imagining new worlds led me to study architecture at Carleton University's Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, where I graduated with my Master of Architecture in 2012.  Architecture school instilled the importance of narratives in image making, a love of materiality, and meticulousness in my craft. These incredibly important lessons drive my explorations with handcut collage for fine art and illustration.


One of the greatest unexpected joys of this collage practice has been bringing workshops and sharing the unique methods of my process to groups large and small, at all skill levels. Collaging is an incredibly accessible art form, and I love giving folks time and space and permission to play, cut, and paste. I’ve been lucky enough to lead workshops at The Westboro Brainery, Possible Worlds Artspace, #Hashtag Gallery, Pineapple Lab Manila, and The National Gallery of Canada (to a crowd of 147 people!). If you’d like to incorporate collage into your next group building activity, I’m more than happy to help. Reach out at: hello at


Having my work accessible at various price points is important to me. The reality is though: the limited space in my home studio and my limited operating budget prevent me from keeping an inventory of prints on hand. If you’re interested in one of my pieces, please reach out to my gallery Studio Sixty Six - they offer interest free payment plans for all of the work they represent. I’m also open to printing works on a piece-by-piece basis, so please feel free to get in touch. Just like with my originals, I’m exacting when it comes to materials and print on textured archival fine-art paper.


Let’s tell your story together

I'd be delighted to discuss artistic commissions, collaborations, and workshop possibilities. If you are: in a band in need of album art; a brand defining your identity; a writer looking to illustrate your latest chapbook; or thinking up an accessible group art-activity, I would especially love to hear from you!

I'm based in Ottawa, Canada. If you're in the city, let's start by going for coffee and dreaming up something good together!

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