I’m an Etobicoke based artist who loves to spend time walking the streets of Toronto photographing patterns and compositions found on the ground and in architecture. These photographs are transformed into three dimensional stencil prints by hovering the stencil over the print in the finished piece.  This technique not only reveals to the viewer all elements of the printing process but it also allows their eye to play with positive and negative space.  I apply fibre techniques like batik to washi (Japanese paper) and through this medium, I like to soften the hard urban environment that surrounds us and draw our attention to parts of our city that may be deemed ugly, taken for granted or simply overlooked. Follow me on Instagram to get recent updates, see new work and inspirations!