Gallery Shows

Super Wonder Gallery's "Movie Posters for Movies that Don't Exist" show was exactly as the title suggests! This group show included a large variety of posters for fictional films, along with a makeshift movie theatre with popcorn and all. I contributed 3 pieces to the show: "Pie Hard," "A Guac to Remember," and "Night of The Living Bread." All pieces can been seen in the Work Section.

For this group exhibit Super Wonder Gallery featured artwork based on Hot Rod & Motorcycle Culture. Over one hundred paintings and sculptures inspired by scent of gasoline, burning rubber, the shimmer of chrome and the roar of motor bikes between your legs.

I contributed 2 mixed media pieces (collage, acrylic, ink, varnish on canvas).

Group exhibit at Northern Contemporary Gallery located in the historic Ushers Grocers warehouse on Queen West in the Parkdale neighbourhood of Toronto. Artists took existing work found in various thrift stores and vintage shops and put their own creative spin on them, giving them new life.

I contributed 2 mixed media pieces (gouache and ink on found painting).

Debut art exhibit for Kaleidoscope Girls, Toronto based all-female art collective turning the ordinary into the imaginary, the mundane into the fantastical, and the bland into the colourful. This three week exhibit ran at Flying Pony Cafe in Toronto, with the opening night featuring artist merch sales, raffles, and a killer all-female musician lineup.

Kaleidoscope Girls is Kayla Buium, Mairen Doyle, and Amy May

Just in time for Halloween, Super Wonder Gallery’s Skull and Bones group show featured artwork inspired by everything skeletons, skulls and bones.

I contributed 4 digitally illustrated print pieces.

Super Wonder Gallery’s Super Naughty Show group exhibit was centered around sexually explicit paintings and sculptures. This show is your big excuse to delve into the deepest regions of your depraved minds and explore the diversity of human sexuality in all its zesty persuasions!

I contributed 2 digitally illustrated prints.

Super Wonder Gallery’s Shock Show group exhibit featured original paintings, illustrations, sculptures, performances, and interactive gaming kiosks. The show’s theme was an outrageous exercise in artistic depravity, an easing of morbid curiosities, and exploration into inventive debauchery.

I contributed 2 digitally illustrated prints.

MARVELous Art Show was group show at West End Comics in the hip Toronto neighbourhood Parkdale featuring pieces inspired by all things Marvel. The month long exhibit was kicked off with an opening night including drinks and comic swag bags.

I contributed 3 digitally illustrated prints.

Batman Art Show was group show at West End Comics in the hip Toronto neighbourhood Parkdale featuring pieces inspired by all things batman. The month long exhibit was kicked off with an opening night including drinks and comic swag bags.

I contributed 3 watercolour pieces.

Installations

In collaboration with Kayla Buium and Mairen Doyle, we created "Imagination Station": a large interactive hole-in-head style carnival prop for Wavelength Music Festival. Funded by Wavelength and The Steps Initiative, the colourful psychedelic scene was placed at the grounds entrance to greet festival-goers and set the fun and imaginative mood.

Design and Illustration Work

Social post designs to celebrate 10,000 signatures for #BYEBYEPAILLES petition to ban plastic straws in Canada. The designs included sea animal illustrations and custom layouts for Instagram, Snapshat, and Facebook.

Banner designs for Toronto's favourite street fair, Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market. The banners have custom illustrations of characters and items reminiscent of the vibrant Kensginton community, custom lettering, and a map of the market.

Illustrated and developed an interactive tale of a local Toronto band trying to make it big in a NXNE Choose Your Own Adventure Web Comic in collaboration with Alex Clarke. The game was shared on NXNE social media platforms prior to NXNE 2017.

Events

Featured in Dirty Talk's 010 Art Party at Round Venue in the historic Kensington Market of Toronto. Dirty Talk events are targeted at artists, gallery owners, musicians, dancers, curators, writers, fashion bloggers, fashion designers, photographers, videographers, filmmakers, actors and models.

Group Print Expo at Northern Contemporary Gallery located in the historic Ushers Grocers warehouse on Queen West in the neighbourhood of Parkdale in Toronto. The Gallery aims to showcase work from a wide range of artists focusing on illustrative, representational, urban, lowbrow, comic, pop art, and experimental work.

Featured artist at MUFF Society's screening of Half Baked, including a themed photobooth, giveaways, and a video intro by Director Tamra Davis. The MUFF Society (Monthly Underground Female Film Society) is a feminist community based in Toronto (with pop-ups in NYC and San Francisco) that celebrates women—both on and off screen—in film and television.