I explore experiences that have the potential to stretch the limitations I set on myself as a disciplined participant of advanced capitalism.

My projects have taken root in movement and physicality and explore methodic gestures, civic duty, labour, and my place within these spheres.

I am a 5th generation French Canadian settler, currently living on the unceded and occupied First Nations territory of the Lekwungen, Coast Salish and WSÁNEĆ peoples called Saanich located on what is called southern Vancouver Island in the Pacific Northwest.


I transported remnants of a shovelling action in Hamilton Ontario to the Art Gallery of Burlington on foot in efforts to meditate on trade and transportation routes as they pertain to shifting economic tides of industrial and cultural production.


Shovelling a pile of gravel from a street to a gallery with help from the public.





I painted a pedestrian zone on a street in the neighbourhood in which I live to remind careless drivers that there are no sidewalks.