2017 - Present
This body of work explores the sense of nostalgia evoked from black and white photography, often through first person view in hopes of forming pseudo-personal connections through perspective.
2017 - Present
These mandalas are made by handwriting words with a brush in Adobe Illustrator, making copies of them and angling them so that they overlap in a way that creates a mandala. Each mandala is unique to a handwritten idea. No two mandalas turn out alike, even when writing the same word. The longer the word, the more complex the mandala.
The most recent incarnation of these mandalas is inspired by Christi Belcourt and Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective's "Water Is Life" campaign, where they have made free downloadable works of art for water protectors. This series was made by writing "WaterIsLife" in handwriting, and then creating copies at different angles for each mandala.
Examples of digital work for projects through the University of Guelph and Digital Creator Timmins.
A glimpse of ongoing projects that use rotoscoping techniques to achieve realistic imagery.
Contact me for quotes on commissioned graphics.
These mandalas are made by handwriting words digitally, making copies of them and angling them so that they overlap in a way that creates a mandala. Each mandala is unique to a handwritten idea, engrained with a hidden and often sacred message. No two mandalas turn out alike, even when writing the same word. The longer the word, the more complex the mandala.
2016 - 2017
A collection of photographs taken during my stay living in Algonquin Park over the course of a year.
2015 - Present
A collection of three-dimensional works produced in a variety of mediums.
A small series of "sketches" that combines handwritten and typescript poetry with stock imagery.