Born in Montreal in 1984, I studied Fine Arts at Dawson College as a mean of perfecting my skills to become a special effects make-up artist. After graduation I started working in the media industry for a few years, both as a SFX and beauty make-up artist. After the birth of my first child in 2009 I took some time off from the make-up world to concentrate on my paintings. My work has been shown in galleries throughout North America including Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Chicago and Colorado. Currently exhibited in Montreal as well as in private collections, I am now represented by Corinne Asseraf the director of Galerie 203 in old Montreal, where most of my paintings can be found.
I am interested in how the human mind works and its selective way of remembering certain things and not others. I am interested in the way the brain views memories as still frames and how only a very select few will make it to old age. All these moments, no matter how insignificant they seem to be, will forever be registered in our timeline waiting to pop up at any given moment when the right circumstance arises; or will forever be forgotten in the realms of the darkest corners of our self.
Children representations are an essential part of my work; our deepest fears, our craziest dreams and beliefs our fondest memories are born in childhood. The older we get, the more mysterious it becomes and that fascinates me.