My work is a continued investigation of self. My desire is to create an aesthetic paradox.
My photographs are most successful I feel when they kindle a sense of perplexed curiosity.
I employ a visual narrative style, giving the viewer the choice to “read” into the picture, or “look” at the picture.
I invite the viewer into my life in very small steps. I like the idea of presenting something public yet private.
I follow my instincts faithfully so that one day I will be rewarded with the answer to my existence.
I am a graduate of Ontario College of art and design in Toronto Ontario, Canada.
My major is fine art photography. I also completed my social service workers at Humber College.
My goal is to touch the world in two ways. Principally I would like to empower people who
are struggling with their current life situations. I would do this by providing appropriate assistance in
a conscientious and open minded manner. Second, as a continuum, I would like to introduce fine art
photography to the social work field. This medium of art will create visual metaphoric voices for involved
individuals. Engaging these people to share, educate and be heard through the eye of the lens. This will also help break
some of the silences that exist among people who experience homelessness.