"16 Blue" is a collection of cyanotypes that I completed in the summer of 2016.
“Chester” is an outdoor sculpture permanently on display in a park across from the Asper School of Business on the University of Manitoba campus.
"Pajama Pants and Nightlight" is a performance piece I did in July 2015 at VCUSSP. There are three main components; a video piece of a man eating meat, a phallic shaped sculptural light/lube dispenser, and a person materbating while wearing a hood.
(vulgar carnal undertakings, slimy suculent portions) This is a collection of the work that I completed during my time doing the summer studio program at Virginia Commonwealth University, summer of 2015.
With this work, I wanted to create a couple of pieces that challenged the definitions of painting by bringing sculptural elements into them while creating forms, textures, and colors that emphasized both the gross and beautiful elements of intercourse.
During the latter half of 2014, I made and released three exploration based video games; one solo project and two collaborative pieces that I made with indie-game developer (and my partner), Ryan Melmoth.
During the summer of 2014, I took part in an exhibition that featured the work of myself and my mother. “Bubble” combined my sculptures with her paintings, creating a very interesting dynamic between styles, subjects, and themes.
In the Autumn of 2013, I took part in a six-week artist residency at the Banff Centre in Banff, Alberta. At the conclusion of the residency, I presented the work that I completed here in a gallery space on the campus. I titled this show “weenie.”
In 2012, I was part of a two-person exhibition with Teresa Braun entitled “Pickle”, in which I created several sculptures while Teresa made half a dozen paintings. The subject matter and themes of my work here had a fairly dark undertone.
In the Autumn of 2012, I was part of a large scale sculpture exhibition (The Undesirables) featuring the work of four other talented emerging artists For this show, I created a fourteen foot tall dinosaur named Rex.
“Ham” was a show that I had in 2011 in GOSA (Gallery of Student Art) at the University of Manitoba. Featured in this exhibition were several sculptures and a couple of paintings.
Here is some of my early work including my thesis undergraduate year at the University of Manitoba.