My photographic work is situated within the genre of portraiture. My themes are often autobiographical and I am interested in social relationships and power dynamics. I am motivated by our present socio-political and environmental challenges, and big moral themes such as self-deception.
I live and work in Montréal. My artistic career began in 1978 composing and performing music in Montreal's Punk & New Wave scene. I have contributed sound and music to other artists' visual work as well as to my own video work. More recently, I have exhibited photography at Eastern Bloc, Gallery Lillian Rodriguez, Yellowfish Art Gallery, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, the White Box gallery in Kuala Lumpur and had a solo show at Helm. I have published my own photo book Slipping the Trail.
Image: Unrequited Love, Inkjet print, 40 x 50 inches, 2018.