2015 Honours Specialist, Visual Arts
2012 Bachelor of Education, (Faculty of Education, Fine Arts) York University
Primary/Junior/Intermediate Childhood Education Certification (Grades 1-12)
2011 Honours Bachelor of Arts/Diploma, University of Toronto and Sheridan College
Specialist in Sculpture and Drawing, Art and Art History; Minor in English
2010 École Supérieure D'Arts et Médias de Caen, Caen Basse-Normandie, France
University of Toronto Visual Arts Exchange Program
Solo and Collaborative Exhibition History
2019 Guelph, Silvercreek & Eramosa River Trails, #GuelphMovesMe
2018 Palmerston, Lions Park, #thisisability: Basketball Court Grand Unveiling
Toronto, OISE Gallery, The Canadian Postcard Project
2017 Harriston, Minto Arts Gallery Cardboard Kicks feat. Air Jordan 1
2013 Toronto, OISE Gallery, I Belong, You Belong, We Belong: Challenging Intersectionality in Modern Society
2012 Toronto/Mississauga/Oakville, Roots Canada & International, I AM CANADIAN!
2011 Toronto, Drake Hotel, Some Like it Hot
2010 Toronto, OCAD University, Whodunit?
Toronto, 780 Queen St. W, Under New Management
Toronto, Shaw Street School, Art School (Dismissed): Teacher’s Pet
Oakville, Sheridan School, Open House
Oakville, The Branch Contemporary Gallery, Hero Series
France, ESAM, The Canadian Girl’s Showroom
2009 Toronto, Come As You Are, Sweet Light Crude
Toronto, INSET SPACE, Up and Away!
Toronto, Camera Bar, Nuit Blanche: Lights Out!
Toronto, AWOL, The Square Foot Show
Mississauga, Blackwood Galley, Didactic—
Toronto, Hotshots Gallery, Wildlands League Expo.
Toronto, UofT Art Lounge, Both/And: What is Beyond Multiculturalism?
Oakville, Sheridan Gallery, BLK.
2008 Etobicoke, The Production House, Movement
Oakville, DS4 Gallery, From the Institute of Romy and Michelle
Oakville, The Booth, Hero: Experiential Investigations of Greatness (solo)
Toronto, AWOL, The Square Foot Show
Toronto, Rivoli, The Box Salon
Toronto, Gallery 1313, Annual Show
2007 Oakville, Sheridan Gallery, Winter Review
2006 Oakville, Sheridan Gallery, 1st and 2nd Year Show
2004 Brampton, Beaux-Arts Gallery, Walk the Art
2019 Guelph, Ontario Arts Council Grant, Nothing but Net
Guelph, Artist in Residence
2018 Palmerston, Lions Heritage Park, #thisisability Community Basketball Court Mural
Canada, Collaboration with NDSS students and nationwide artists, The Postcard Project
(7th year running - since 2012)
2016 GTA, Various Schools, The Slam Dunk Project
2010 Toronto, The Drake Hotel, Gallery Spin; Colouring Contest: The Sequel
2009 Toronto, The Drake Hotel, The Best of Art for You 2009
Toronto, The Drake Hotel, Gallery Spin; Colouring Contest: Hosted by Mallory Diaczun
Toronto, The Drake Hotel, Art for You
2008 Toronto, Vice Magazine, Colouring Party
Toronto, Gladstone Hotel, Canzine 2008
2007 Mississauga, UTM Theatre, Metropolis Redux, Arts after Dark Festival
2010 Rein Dears, Wa Magazine, Volume 3: Issue 1
2009 Under the Mattress, In My Bed Magazine, Issue 5
Found in venues: Art Metropole, The Drake Hotel General Store, Come As You Are, Keep Six Contemporary
Artist Lectures and Presentations
2018 Artist Lecture, Art & Design Community Education, OCAD, ON
2012 Artist Lecture, OCAD, ON
The Canadian Postcard Project Lecture, WIAProjects, ON
2009 The Slam Dunk Project presentation, Blackwood Gallery, ON
Artist Lecture, Father Goetz Seconday, ON
Artist Lecture with guest Amos Latteier, Sheridan College, ON
2008 Self-directed presentations, Sheridan College, ON
Selected Professional Activity
2012 Commissioned artwork for various patrons
Visual Consultant & Designer
Roots International & Co.
-designed original artwork for Roots retail stores across the GTA.
Interactive Learning Adventure
-mentored and evaluated teacher candidates, providing feedback to promote arts-integrated lesson plans and activities.
2011 Woodshop Technician/Teaching Assistant
Sheridan College, Oakville, ON
-facilitated class critiques and discussions with students to help them articulate their creative aims, led tool and machinery demonstrations for undergraduate students and faculty of various proficiencies, focusing on safety, techniques, and proper use; supervised individuals using the equipment, stepping in when needed.
Reidmount Saturday School, Mississauga, ON
-designed and implemented a drawing curriculum for grades 1-7
Studio Assistant (for Jay Wilson)
-assisted with the construction, set-up and dismantling of Jay Wilson’s sculptures.
2010 Administrative Assistant
Art Gallery of Mississauga
-offered assistance at gallery openings, as well as helped with the organization of publication, coordinating an archive of submissions, and bulk mailing; facilitated in presenting artwork for auction, as well as wrapping pieces for bidders and supporting employees with various tasks.
2009 Art Historian/Research Assistant (for Alison Syme)
University of Toronto, Mississauga, ON
-assist professor with a variety of tasks including historical research, image sourcing, and compiling information towards published works.
Artist Assistant (for Katherine Harvey)
-assisted with the construction, set-up and dismantling of Katherine Harvey’s artwork.
2018 CTV. "Court Mural." Scott Miller. (June 4)
Upper Grand District School Board. "Norwell Life Skills students create large-scale community basketball court mural."
Heather Loney. (June 7)
Minto Express. "It's more than a mural: Norwell DSS School Community Transition Program students bring colour to sports
pad, learn history and sense of community." Mike Wilson. (May 28)
2011 The Globe and Mail. “The Seven Year Itch.” Micah Toub. (February 11)
2010 The Toronto Star. “Queen West has a surprise in store.” Murray Whyte (July 24)
2009 The Medium. “Grads present: Didactic.” (March)
The Ottawa Citizen. “Magazine Stand.” Bruce Deachman. (March 8)
Broken Pencil. “Colour Me.” Nathaniel G. Moore. (February)
The Toronto Star. “A beacon for the kitschy and chic.” (January 3)
2008 Vice Magazine Blog. “We spent all day colouring.” (December)
2007 The Sheridan Sun. “Pieces at Gallery paint a picture of success.” Arts and Entertainment (January 25)
2004 The Toronto Star. “Art show lifts veil on tough issues.” Arts and Entertainment (May 29)