My practice involves questioning issues revolving around gender and identity politics, often by looking at the depictions of queer bodies framed within contemporary photography and popular culture. My work aims to explore a new kind of queerness that is self-reflective and celebratory of a vibrant and complex individuality. I often look to the dichotomy of reality and artificiality, the mundane and sublime, and transitional spaces as points of inspiration.


Born 1993, Lethbridge, Alberta
Lives and works in Montréal, Québec

2016 BFA Photography, OCAD University, Canada
2016 Mastered Photography with Nick Knight

2017 Gender and the Lens, Ada Slaight Gallery, Toronto
2017 Yorkville Village Arts Festival, Yorkville Village, Toronto
2016 Casey House Art with Heart Auction, The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
2016 Festival of the Body, OCAD University, Toronto
2016 Graduate Exhibition 101, Ada Slaight Gallery, Toronto
2016 Objects for Listening, OCAD University, Toronto
2016 New Century, Contact Photography Festival, Northern Contemporary, Toronto
2015 Festival of the Body, OCAD University, Toronto
2014 The Figure Show, OCAD University, Toronto
2014 Tumblr.Hell, White House Studio Project, Toronto
2013 fART, OCAD University Student Gallery, Toronto

2016 Epson Canada Award
2016 Project 31 Award

2017 - current, Studio Post Production, SSENSE, Montréal

2018 #TOOMUCHMEDIA with Alisson Escobar, Too Much Zine. Print.
2016 Casey House Art with Heart Catalogue. Print.
2016 Michael Seleski (Thesis Works). Self Published.
2016 Farewell Fire, RAGE Magazine. Print.
2016 Kink Grrrl, It Is What It Is Magazine. Web.
2016 New Century, Malavita Collective. Print.
2015 Visionary, Bon Bon Magazine. Web.

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