Bio

I'm a formally trained scientist and a self-trained artist. My scientific practice focuses on the roles that the ocean plays in controlling climate, how these have changed in the past, and how they will respond to climate change. My art practice addresses how the histories of capital and the production of scientific knowledge have influenced the production of photographic objects, the construction of meaning in photographic images, and the exhibition of photographic works. I'm also interested in using art objects to investigate spatial and temporal scales of environmental changes, how we experience these changes, and ways of representing them. 


Education
2014 - Ph.D. Oceanography, University of British Columbia 

Exhibitions and Public Talks
2015 - "Far Away So Close III", Access Gallery (Group Show) 
2013 - "Perimeter" (Solo Show, Gam Gallery - part of Capture Photography Festival) 
2013 - "Landscape Mythologies" (Group show, Sierra Nevada College Gallery) 
2013 - "Landscape Mythologies" Public Talk 
2011 - "Landscape Permutations" (Solo, Gam Gallery) 
2010 - One Cool Word 4.4 Launch 
2010 - "What we do to thee and thee does back to we -a vast Canadian landscape" (Group show, Gam Gallery) 

Publications
2015 - Limnology and Oceanography, Vol. 261: 279-297. 
2015 - Marine Chemistry, Vol. 173: 222-233 
2014 - “Every Liquor Store in Red Deer”, 52 pp., Rock Bottom Press (LA) 
2014 - Decoy Magazine, Portfolio Series 2 
2013 - Perimeter Exhibition Catalogue 
2013 - Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, Vol. 118: 1-17 
2012 - British Journal of Photography, September 2012 
2011 - OCW Magazine 5.2 
2011 - Fan The Fire Magazine #45 
2010 - One Cool Word Magazine 4.4 
2010 - Tell Mum Everything is OK, Issue 2 
2009 - Re:place magazine, In Focus 
2009 - The Photographic Dictionary 
2009 - Deep Sea Research I, Vol. 56: 1130-1142 
2009 - Marine Chemistry, Vol. 115: 155-162