Artist’s Statement

I find myself inspired by nature’s never ending endowment and pervasive spirit. My prints and drawings attempt to convey the “magic” that one can imagine within it, and as I work on a subject, I intend to not just replicate what I see but to translate it using my own set of tools and symbols. Tools such as line, pattern, graphic mark-making and symbolism that I have developed over the years into a personal style.

While the end result is important I often find the process just as meaningful. Whether planning out a multicolor serigraph or spending eighty hours drawing a giant whale, I take joy and feel contentment from the act of doing. I find it to be therapeutic and a way of connecting with the subject.


{2022} Fractured Aviary
Co-curated with Bayla Arietta, and in collaboration with Yale University
June 30, 2022 - July 30, 2022
Antler & Talon Galleries
Portland, Oregon

{2019} Black & White
March 8, 2019 - April 13, 2019
Helikon Gallery
Denver, Colorado

{ 2009 } Exchange Exhibition of Prints by Young Artists in Japan & Calgary
June 15 - June 28th, 2009
Kyoto City University of Arts
Kyoto, Japan.

{ 2007 } Fresh Ink
{ Burnt Toast Studio Group Exhibition }
Axis Contemporary Art
Calgary, Alberta

{2006} Tangle (Group Show)
Pop - up Location
Calgary, Alberta

Little Big Show
Uppercase Gallery
November 1, 2006 - December 30th, 2006
Calgary, Alberta


Alberta College of the Arts - Printmaking


1997 - Illingworth Kerr Travel and Study Scholarship. Travelled to Calcutta, India.
1996 - ACAD Printmaking Dept Travel and Study Scholarship. Travelled to Nicaragua.