ReVision Pop-Up Pre-Xmas Art Sale November 29 – December 10, 2021

ReVision – The Art of Recycling has partnered with the Sculptors’ Society of BC for a fantastic pop-up display and art sale. My work will be featured amongst other pieces made by BC artists. This wonderful event opened today, November 29 and will run through December 10th. Lots of great art and gifts to fit any budget!

If you’re in Vancouver, come check it out at the Bentall Centre Underground Mall, 555 Burrard Street, open Monday – Friday 11am-4:30pm. Opening Reception Deccember 2 from 6-8pm. I hope to see you there!

For more information, please visit the ReVision Events Page and the ReVision Facebook page.




“Gear Wall” installed at Science World

My automaton “Gear Wall” has now been fully installed at Science World in Vancouver, BC and I’m thrilled with the display they created! Come have a look, and bring the kids for a fun day of learning and discovery. “Gear Wall” is on long-term display.


“Fiesta” now on display at YVR

I am honoured and proud to have another one of my works on long-term display once again at YVR Vancouver International Airport. Fiesta, one of my new marble run pieces, can be viewed in the domestic terminal, Air Canada gates C45/46. Please check it out if you find yourself in the area!

Little Inventors – “Plastic Masterpiece Maker” Challenge

I was contacted by Little Inventors (UK), an incredible organization that gives children around the world the opportunity to showcase their creativity and problem solving skills, and was given the honour of being a Maker, to be partnered with a young inventor. I have been having a wonderful time working virtually with my 8 year old design partner, Erica. My job is to create a 3-D model of her Plastic Masterpiece Maker design, which aims to tackle the processing of plastics that have been removed from the ocean. The finished work will be unveiled soon! In the meantime, I invite you to check out some early photos of the piece and more details about the design and Little Inventors here. Little Inventors is supported by public funding through Arts Council England.