I have a painting in the 'Big Draw' at OCADU. There will be games, music, drinks and entertainment there. Should be a good time!

The Big Draw

OCADU Auditorium

5:00pm, Tuesday February 11, 2014

The Big Draw is back this year at OCAD University!
A silent auction of juried work from Drawing and Painting students, alumni and faculty should first draw you in. There will be cocktails, a draw for prizes and this year our first ever Name that Painting game show event hosted by none other than the effervescent and charming Keith Cole!!

One of my paintings, 'Nest', is part of a group show called 'LOVE' at Quince Flowers Gallery.

Quince Flowers - 660 Queen Street East, Toronto

Thursday, February 6 – Thursday, February 20, 2014.
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 8, 2:00pm – 5:00pm

Mixed Media on Mylar
12" x 12" (22.5" x 22.5" framed)


I will be participating in the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition from July 5-7.

I'll be in booth 244, right in the middle of the square.


Here's a link to the catalog for the exhibition I'm participating in this weekend at Sunnyside Pavilion. I'm on page 18.


I will be participating in the Sunnyside Beach Juried Art Show from May 31-June 2.

May 31-June 2, 2013

Friday 4 pm - 8 pm
Saturday 11 am - 8 pm
Sunday 11 am - 6 pm

Free Admission

SHOW LOCATION: Sunnyside Pavilion is situated by Lake Ontario, just south of High Park at 1755 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Toronto, Ontario M6S 5A3

I will also be participating in the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition from July 5-7... I'll post more information after the Sunnyside show!


I will be participating in the TDSB @ Propeller 2 exhibition at Propeller gallery in Toronto. Come by if you're in town! The opening is on January 23 from 6-9 pm.


Currently I am working on commissioned projects, and accepting new commissions for artwork in a variety of paint media. Please contact me if you are interested in some custom artwork, or in purchasing existing artwork at:


My 'Fenestration' show at Toronto City Hall was featured in NOW magazine in the Newsfront section.


I have the fantastic opportunity to exhibit my work at Toronto City Hall from Monday May 14 until Friday May 18. This exhibition is in association with the Fatal Light Awareness Program and Lights Out Toronto. There will be an informal opening on Monday from 5-7 pm, and an exhibition tour on Wednesday from 11 am- 12 pm.


I was interviewed by CFRU 93.3 FM about my thesis work, and the interview aired at 10 am on Friday April 13th. To hear the recording please visit

Here is a link to their 'Hands and Tails' website with a description of the show


My solo MFA thesis exhibition will run from March 30-April 14, 2012.
Opening Reception: March 30, 6-9 pm.

Gallery 918, 918 Bathurst Street, Toronto, Ontario.
Gallery hours: Wed-Sat 1-5, Thurs 1-8.

I am exploring bird-building collisions in Toronto, and using collage as a metaphor for the fragmented perception of the city that migratory songbirds may experience. For more information about bird-building collisions, and how you can help, please visit the Fatal Light Awareness Program (FLAP) at

To see some of my thesis artwork, please visit the 'Recent Artwork> MFA Thesis- Fenestration' section of this website.

One goal of my MFA thesis project was to raise awareness and to initiate discussion about bird-building collisions in Toronto and other urban centres. Here is the abstract from my thesis paper:

The city of Toronto is located on a flight path used by millions of migratory birds. It is estimated that, “1 to 10 birds will hit each building, each year, in North America alone. In Toronto, that amounts to between 1 to 10 million migrating birds lost every year.”[1] Although these collisions account for more bird deaths every year than anything else, this knowledge is not widespread or collectively seen as a need for concern. The overall objective of my interdisciplinary thesis project was to expose this issue through collage. The project aims to increase people’s awareness of bird-building collisions and avian perception, and to lead to new questions for future interdisciplinary research.

[1] "The Danger of City Lights to Migrating Birds: Lights Out Toronto," FLAP - Fatal Light Awareness Program, (accessed February 12, 2012).