Born 1999 in Toronto*, Canada.

Based in Berlin, Germany.


2021 BFA with Distinction, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC.


2022 BERLIN ART INSTITUTE, Berlin, Germany.


2023 every little big life, Daniels Spectrum (Hallway Galleries), Toronto, ON.

2020 Movement and Perception III, Ministry of Casual Living Window Gallery, Victoria, BC.


2022 Ghostly, 100% Silk Shop + Gallery, Toronto, ON.

2022 Portraits of Resilience featured in I AM HERE: Home Movies and Everyday Masterpieces, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON.

2022 Objects of Affection, 4 Corners Community Collective, Victoria, BC.

2021 Pearlescence, Friends of Dorothy Lounge, Victoria, BC.

2021 Keep it Alive, Gallery 1313, Toronto, ON.

2021 The End, BFA Graduate Exhibition (University of Victoria), Saanich, BC.

2021 Relations | Island, Esquimalt Community Arts Hub, Esquimalt, BC.

2020 Little Marks, Kinema Studio, Victoria, BC.

2020 Salon 2020, Audain Gallery (University of Victoria), Saanich, BC.

2020 Beginnings 2020, Coast Collective Art Centre, Colwood, BC.

2019 Smoke Stack, Audain Gallery (University of Victoria), Saanich, BC.


2022 Light of Day: Rejects Reconsidered, Lodger Gallery, Kansas City, MO.

2021 Open Art, Curated By COVID, Toronto, ON.

2021 Portraits of Resilience, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON.

2020 Between the Lines, Kinema Studio, Victoria, BC.

2020 UNTIL (Issue #4), Victoria Arts Council, Victoria, BC.

2020 Unknowing, Fossik Gallery, Victoria, BC.

2020 Artist of the Month Competition, The Union House, Vancouver, BC.

2020 Over the Moon, Kinema Studio, Victoria, BC.


2021 Nominated for BMO 1st Art! Award

2020 University of Victoria Pat Martin Bates Scholarship in Visual Arts

2018 University of Victoria Dr. Milada Horakova Scholarship in Visual Arts


2021 Chair of Online Exhibition Committee, BFA Graduate Exhibition, University of Victoria, BC.

2013-2017 Art Workshop Supervisor and Art Education Department Intern, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, ON.

*Unceded Mississaugas of the Credit, Anishnabeg, Chippewa, Haudenosaunee and Wendat Territory

Represented by Sweetpea Gallery