Education: Completing my degree in Photography Studies at Ryerson University.

My work includes photography, film and web design, my practice includes; Bathurst St. my the senior thesis project by Yarden Haddi focused on showing change and the stories behind the historic street. Perspectivves A newsletter and podcast that looks at the news/ media industry, with interviews and insights from leaders in journalism. Gilbert Family A series of presentations commissioned by Jack Gilbert to commemorate his artistic legacy.


Featured in CanCulture Magazine
COVID-19 Series

Third Year Show, Apart of Me/ Apart from You
Digital Magazine
A Series of Triptychs

Work, Commerce, Justice, Politics & Media
Function Magazine/ Maximum Exposure Show
Online Exhibition p. 19

First Edition Photobook Show - Winner
Ryerson Art Space 401 Richmond St. Toronto
Surveillance Culture The Book

Review & Featured in The Photographic Historical Society of Canada
Digital Magazine p. 7


Maximum Exposure Exhibition
Ryerson School of Image Arts 122 Bond St.Toronto
Surveillance Culture

Function Magazine (2019) Edition
Olympus a Collage

Tridel® Condos
Ten York & Aquavista at Bayside


The Penthouse Project

For Ryerson University with Tridel®

My photo series, Penthouse, is a collection of images taken from Aquavista. A condominium built by Tridel® on Queens Quay in Toronto Canada. The images are made up of various locations of the complex from the newly finished common areas to the under-development Sky-Penthouse all painting a vivid image of the life to be expected when living in such a property.

The Images captured depict a raw look at the interiors of the property and their eventual construction into the homes of hundreds of families throughout the structure’s existence. Starting with the unfinished Penthouse, the wide expansive views from inside show the processes of the skeleton and the bare structure forming the basis of the large villa. Looking at the images the ideal we have of a penthouse is far from the luxuries ideals we come to expect, and all we witness is the piles of material and the other mundane objects used on the job of bringing this concrete structure to life.