I started my career over twenty years ago as an architectural photographer and archivist. My work often focuses on the juxtapositions between the natural world and the built environment and how these contrasts often impact the relationships we have with each other.
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 @ Street Level.
I currently have three books for sale; Another Man's Gold, about recycling in some of Toronto's West Neighbourhoods; New York @ Street Level, a street photography experiment in Manhattan; and my latest title, Korea: Streets, Photographs 2005-2012, the first in a series on South Korea. I live and work in Saskatchewan, Canada.