There’s always been present in my practice the desire to catalogue the everyday. Using portraiture, figurative image making and self-portraiture; capturing my environment through the people and objects which reflect the time period, social situations, and collective consumerism I exist within.
Student portrait works:
Linear Landscapes Exhibition, Agit Indie Space, Busan
These works combined objects, people and the natural landscapes I encountered in the first six months of my life abroad in Busan, South Korea.
You can read more about Observer Perspective by following the link.
Here’s a piece that I was working on for awhile but has been out on hold for several reasons (including a residency program in 2017- See Art Space Jang page.) Mainly I couldn’t continue working on it due to a lack of space, hopefully I will be able to pick it back up again on my next sojourn to Korea. This mural was meant to be paired with a colouring book, an idea I am still figuring out the logistics for as well. Anyone interested in funding or collaborating on a similar project in Canada feel to send me a message.
I’m currently working on a figurative/ objective series, and when each of the pieces are closer to completion you can see them here. In the meantime, I’ve posted the works in progress to my Instagram page.