About the Artist


They all told me I'd grow out of it, but for me horses are an enduring inspiration.

My creative expression has always been driven by a deep passion for horses, and yet it took many years for me to realize that making art was an important aspect of my happiness.

My education in art history gave me a strong theoretical and conceptual foundation, but my technique is almost entirely self-taught. It took me many years to develop a consistent practice.

I chose to specialize in sculpture in part because I am a terrible painter (it was my worst mark in undergrad actually), but also because building three-dimensional works requires not only aesthetic considerations, but structural problem solving as well. Perhaps I am a bit of an engineer.

I currently work with air dry clay, ceramic, and paper, often mixing media to take advantage of each medium's strengths. By consistently pushing the boundaries of materials, I create richly layered sculptures that can both challenge and delight the viewer.

For available artwork, visit the Art section. I also share tips and techniques for artists in my Blog


Circle Craft - Vancouver, Canada


2020 (Upcoming)
"An Equine Muse". Circle Craft - Vancouver, Canada

"Equine Art Gallery". Dressage Masterclass Weekend with Carl Hester - Langley, Canada

Circle Craft Art Market - Vancouver, Canada
(Received the Gold Award for Excellence in Craft)

"Art in the City" - Vancouver, Canada

"Equine Visions". WHAM Art Gallery - Surprise, AZ 

"Horse in Art". National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art at Palace House - Newmarket, UK

Harmony Arts Festival - West Vancouver, Canada

"Discovery: Line". Seymour Art Gallery - North Vancouver, Canada

"Positively Petite". Place des Arts Gallery - Coquitlam, Canada


University of Oxford - Masters in the History of Art

University of Toronto - Honours Bachelors in Art