I was born in the Crowsnest Pass, on the Alberta side of the Canadian Rocky Mountains; at the edge of wilderness. I took a gap year after completing high school, as a certified, Canadian Alliance Ski Instructor, to ski in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains and returned to my studies while in Quebec. I graduated from Concordia University of Montreal, with a Major in Marketing. I ski both alpine and cross country in the winter and sail and paddle in the summer.
I have been creating artwork for over fifty years. In the early years it was a pastime, now it's a passion. Since 2003, as the way cleared for me to work as a fulltime artist, I have strived to expand my portfolio and to embrace new art subjects and media.
I started sculpting in the late 70’s, using Canadian Serpentine stone I found in Northern Quebec.
I began sculpting clay-to-bronze in 2005. My limited-edition bronze works are crafted in Inverness, Quebec.
I’m excited about the color-sculpted, Digital Fine Art on aluminum I began in 2012.