I am currently a film and video maker residing in Toronto.
My post-secondary art training began in 1984 at Queen's University in the studio art program. Then I trained as a film and video maker at New York University in 1985 and 1986. After NYU I made acrylic paintings for six years. Beginning in 1989 I devoted three years of my spare time as an anti-censorship activist which culminated in my co-founding of Censorstop.
In the summer of 1994 I co-programmed the November 1994 PleasureDome screening of new and experimental Toronto film and video. Subsequently, I was asked to join the PleasureDome Experimental Film & Video Exhibition Collective as a board member in April 1995. In April of 1996 I became Pleasure Dome's President.
In 1994, I enrolled as a third year New Media student at the Ontario College of Art. I produced videos, film, black and white photographs and video installations at the school. I also helped organize and curate the third and fourth year OCA student film and video exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario. It was titled OCA-AGO-Go and held on May 7, 1995.
I am currently finishing my first narrative film titled, Shop Til You Drop. I am also writing and developing new film and video projects for production in 1997.
If You Don't Like It, Don't Call
1996, 08:36 minutes, colour, English
1995, 04:50 minutes, colour, English
1995, 16:20 minutes, colour, English