I was born in a small town in Ontario and have resided in Newfoundland since 2010. I have been painting for the past eighteen years and have been heavily influenced by the works of Emily Carr, The Group of Seven and Vincent Van Gogh. The impressionistic style captures my love of landscapes while my sociological background has provided insight to see the world from a different perspective. I will continue to paint in a impressionist direction with awe that painting brings. A work you have created that can never truly be reproduced by another. I have sold pieces throughout North America, was selected to be the Illustrator for a published children's book, selected for the cover of a University Sociological text book, selected by the St. John's Clean and Beautiful Committee for the Traffic Box Program, donated several pieces for charitable causes and am represented by the Red Ochre Gallery in St. John's, Newfoundland.
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Doiron, Michael and Landon, Kelly S. Ed. "'Quest:' Locating a Sociology of Oppression and Liberation." Cover, Bishop's University, Quebec, 1998.