Fostering critical optimism.


I am an artist, producer and designer working in both research and production. Beginning my relationship to the moving image through documentary, my practice has slowly expanded off the edges of the screen, increasingly combining light, color, structure and material with deeper consideration of site and the city.

I am a PhD candidate at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, Carleton University. My research is focused on the political potential of temporary and informal interventions in the city, and the exploration of new approaches to mapping temporal phenomena.

I have also been heavily involved in the artist-run culture of Ottawa, Canada since 1998, and since 2005 I have been the Artistic Director of Artengine, a non-profit center for art and technology. In my role at Artengine, I have developed an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to project production that includes festivals, symposia, workshops, interactive public art, commissions for non-traditional venues and innovative models for service delivery and knowledge sharing.