After a 20+ year career in documentary as a location sound recordist, who always carried a camera, I went to art school in 2017 and majored in photography. It was a study, practice and experiment with cameras that continues today as a conscious play with objects, subjects and their spatial abstractions in relation to light.
Let's leave it to the philosophers to speculate on photography’s future but there is no doubt to its effect on society and culture since the medium was first fixed on to a substrate in 1826. Today, there are so many genres in photography and platforms on which to post that I believe it is easy to get lost in the redundancy.
My hope with this website, its albums and far too many photograhs, is to display a metaphysical aesthetic. Made in between motion and still, to copy what was there and then, with an intent to expose photography as art, politics, and chance.
Home is Vancouver, a settlement on the ancestral and traditional unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh
2021 BFA Photography Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC
2021 - present Lab Supervisor MOPA, Capilano University, North Vancouver, BC
2022 Intermediate States, Capture Photography Festival, Vancouver, BC
2021 The Show, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC
Sun Through the South Window, Faculty Gallery ECUAD, Vancouver, BC
2020 Reading and Being Read, Capture Photography Festival, Vancouver, BC
2019 Dog Days, Polygon Gallery, North Vancouver, BC
2018 Foundation Show, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC
Professiona l Experience
location Still photography
2017 When the Universe Sings – White Pine Pictures
2016 Sonic Magic – CBC – The Nature of Things
2010 How to Be a Wild Elephant – Make Believe Media
2009 Carbon Hunters – Force Four Entertainment
2009 10 questions for Douglas Coupland – Crush Inc.
2009 Very Bad Men – Make Believe Media
2008 Children of Armageddon – Red Letter Films
2006 Exhibit Eh! – Big Red Barn
2005 Me and the Mosque – The National film Board of Canada
2004 When Hockey came to Belfast – The National Film Board of Canada
2002 The Legend of Catalin – Red Letter Films
2017 Canadian Screen Award – Best Sound in a Non-Fiction Program or Series
Sonic Magic: The Wonder and Science of Sound