As an artist interested in how images are fabricated across various media, I’ve made a name for myself in muralism, printmaking, papermaking and graffiti. From a young age, I have been shocked by how people with different lives fail to see the humanity in the other: I’d hoped that by interweaving various artistic processes, I could help bridge such gaps in the arts. I took atelier drawing and painting courses at Atelier de Brésoles as a teenager before enrolling in fine arts at Dawson College. During that time, I made a name for myself in the graffiti community as an innovative, experimental voice. I then brought that spirit of exploration into my first solo murals before starting university at NSCAD in printmaking, however the lack of mural opportunities in Halifax brought me back home to Montréal where I completed the degree at Concordia University. Since graduating I have started making art full-time, working primarily as a mural artist while focusing on indoor media such as printmaking and papermaking during the colder months.
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