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My work begins with a dimensional object I call “fodder,” a shape made of clear plexiglass. I embed fluorescent pigments into it which project through the edges. When light strikes its internal elements the piece appears to change, enabling the viewer to visually travel through the composition. The ability to conduct how light interacts with surfaces is my ongoing attempt to create a visual braille, that is, a language by which colour, light, and composition can be felt and not merely observed.

Recently I've been working with pigmented epoxy. These pieces begin in liquid form and solidify through heat, time, and viscosity, creating a slab upon which I carve translucent topographies.

I have completed several large-scale installations and commissions, including significant pieces for George Brown College, Ryerson University, Norwegian Cruise Line, the Serrano in New York, and Tiffany and Company, among others.

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TOAF 2020

3D Works


  • 2019
  • 121.92 x 137.16 x 5.08 cm
  • $7200.00

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