My studio practice is an exploration of colour as gesture and matter while playing with the dynamics of visual perception. Raised on a Canadian farm, my early perceptual experiences were shaped by the expansive prairie landscape.

I was awarded scholarship to attend the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon where I completed a Bachelor of Arts and graduated with distinction, having majored in studio art. I also received the Victor Colleaux Scholarship at the University of Saskatchewan. I then completed a Bachelor of Environmental Studies at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in Waterloo, Ontario. My final architecture project was included in a group exhibition on suburban planning and design at the Mississauga City Hall, Mississauga, Ontario.

My painting career was launched with a solo show at The Canadian Consulate General in Chicago in The Maple Leaf Gallery — the youngest Canadian artist to be featured there. Since then, my work has been shown in solo exhibitions at The Community Arts Council Gallery in Vancouver, British Columbia, The Prince George Art Gallery in Prince George, British Columbia, and the Yukon Art Centre in Whitehorse, Yukon — as well as in group exhibitions in Canada and the United States.

In 2013 my paintings were featured in Rewriting Lyotard: Figuration, Presentation, Resistance, a special issue of Cultural Politics (ed. Peter Milne, Duke University Press). My essay “Lyotard’s Dance of Paint” was also published in this journal. This fall, my painting "Matrix 16" will be featured on the cover of Differences: Rereading Beauvoir and Irigaray (ed. by Emily Parker and Anne van Leeuwen), to be published by Oxford University Press. Recently, I was awarded a Merit-Based Artists Grant by the Vermont Studio Center to attend a one month artist residency there in 2018.

I currently live and work in Vancouver.

Photo by Pardeep Singh