I am a street and fine art photographer. My photography career began in 2000 when I was hired by the Ontario Government to photograph ecclesiastical buildings in North Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada. My endeavors in the medium have been anything but linear; a degree in English Literature at the University of Toronto and a decade traveling and working abroad in South Korea and Japan. I focus on the exploration of the built, urban environment, but also the people and landmarks that compose the unique landscapes of the places I live, work and wonder. I was formerly represented by Agora Gallery in New York City. I was a part of an exhibition entitled "Illumination" at Agora Gallery in 2014. I was also published in ARTisSpectrum Vol.33 for my project New York At Street Level. I currently have two titles for sale through Blurb.ca. One is "Another Man's Gold," about recycling in Toronto's Annex Neighbourhood. The other is New York @ Street Level, a street photography experiment I funded through Kickstarter.
I currently live and work in Saskatchewan, Canada.