Group & Solo Exhibits
2016              Durham Art Gallery, Edward Burtynsky & Christopher Mcleod, Water.
                        July 16th – Sept 4th., Reception Aug. 20th.
2016              Charles H. Scott Gallery, Mfa exhibit, The Machine of Awesome Bright Liquid Blueness, July 22nd – 31st. Vancouver, BC.
2016              Art Gallery of Mississauga, Living Water, Installation. May 5th – Oct. 7th.
2015              Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr, Campaign4awesome. Vancouver, BC. July.
2015              Earls Court Gallery, The Aqua Lauta Project, Hamilton, ON. July-Sept.
2015              Art Gallery of Mississauga, Cultivating Corsair, Mississauga, ON. Mar-Apr.
2014              Paved Arts, Maybe I’m Dead, Saskatoon, SK. Oct.
2014              Art Gallery of Mississauga, The Thinking Garden, Miss., ON. June.
2014              The McMaster Museum, Summa group exhibition, Hamilton, ON. April 10-26.
2013              THEMUSEUM, The Aqua Lauta Project, Station 1, Kitchener, ON. Nov. 30th.
2013              Museum of Steam & Technology, Pump One sculpture, Hamilton, ON. Mar. 24th.
2012              Nuit Blanche, “dada Reboot” The Responsibility Machine sculpture, Toronto, ON.
2012              Blackflash Magazine, “Move up or move out” summer issue.  Saskatoon, SK.
2012              ArtBomb, curated by Andrea Carson Barker. Untitled (#25) Mixed Media. Toronto.
2011              Greenbelt Harvest Picnic Festival, “Greed” Collaborative project. Christie Lake. 2011                    2011              Propeller Gallery, Retrospective exhibit, Toronto, ON.
2011              Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts, “From Our Earth” Collingwood, ON.
2010              The Death of Film” Blackflash Magazine, Saskatoon, SK.
2010              Carnegie Gallery, “Artist, A Classic Portrait Collection” Dundas, ON.
2010              Art Gallery of Hamilton. “OutDoors” Hamilton, ON., Jan. 21st. to Mar 30th.
2009              SilverShotz International Journal of Fine Art Photography, Dec. “Folios”                      
                      edition., “New Work 2009”, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
2009             Gallery on 4, Art Department, Hamilton Central Library, “OutDoors” Mixed Media.
2009             AWOL Gallery, Group show “Square Foot”, Toronto, ON., Aug. 15th to Sept.6th.    
2009              Bald Photographer Gallery. “A Batch of Works”, Art in the County, Picton, ON.
2009              Contact Photography Festival, “Portraits with knives”, Gladstone Toronto, ON.
2008              Hamilton International Film Festival, “Maybe I'm Dead” Short film. Nov 3-10th.
2008              Art Gallery of Hamilton. “A Batch of Works”, ON.,  May 1-4th.
2006              Earls Court Gallery, Selected works, Hamilton, ON., Dec.1-24th
2000              Bald Photographer Gallery, “One Love”, Photo Documentary Series, Picton, ON.
1999              Propeller Gallery, “TVTV” and “Resurrection”, Toronto, ON., Aug. 1-29th.

1998              Propeller Gallery, “body works” single prints, Group show, Toronto, ON.
Residencies, Teaching & Commissions
2015              City of Hamilton, Hamilton Water. Navitas sculpture commission.
2013-15         Art Gallery of Mississauga Artist in Residence, Mississauga, ON
2013              Instructor: Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington, ON.
2010              “The Death of Film” Blackflash Magazine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2008-14         Public Workshops, Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington, ON.

Education & Career
2014-16           Master of Applied Arts, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, BC.
2010-14           Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON.
2010-11           McMaster University, Research Assistant - Art & Urban Dev., Hamilton, ON.
2006-14           Freelance Commercial Photo/videographer. ON.

1998-2006       Commercial Photography Studio. Toronto, ON.

Associations & Awards:
2013            Hamilton Artist Inc., Feast Micro funding event winner, Hamilton, ON.
2012            Hamilton Arts Council member, Hamilton, ON
1999            Photo Life Magazine,  “Lawn Bowlers”, 1st. Place winner- People & Places category.