With my photos I attempt to combine my love of art history, photography, aesthetics and carpentry to create large atmospheric landscapes that evoke modern interpretations of the sublime, a term developed during the romantic period to describe the spiritual relationship between nature, time and the human soul.
While I have never completed a formal photography program, I have taken several courses at different institutions that provided me with the necessary basics to hone my skills. Essential to the substance of my work was my time spent completing a double major in Art History and Religion at the University of Toronto.
I have been working professionally as photographer and printer since 2008 when I opened Gallery In Print, on Queen Street West in Toronto. While I soon found that the gallery business was not for me, the company name lives on as the home of both my work and printing services. Since 2008, I have sold my work to collectors across Canada and the US.