During my undergrad, I minored in Visual Art History & Criticism, and split my course load for art history pretty evenly between The University of Western Ontario and the University of Leeds.
A few of my art/art-related works have shown up in various places:
- 2021 – My photo “Academia in Unprecedented Times” won first place in the Research In Action category in the university-wide 2021 Images of Research competition at the University of Saskatchewan
- 2020 – Two photos published in Dantzer et al 2020 Decoupling the effects of food and density on life-history plasticity of wild animals using field experiments: Insights from the steward who sits in the shadow of its tail, the North American red squirrel, Journal of Animal Ecology https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.13341
- 2018 -My photo “A Squirrel in the Hand is Worth the Whole World” won the grand prize in the university-wide 2018 Images of Research competition at the University of Saskatchewan.
- September 5-29th 2017: I had a submission shown at the ArtLab’s Past Forward exhibit featuring alumni work at the University of Western Ontario (read more here: Hundreds of alumni involved in visual arts department exhibitions)
- 2016 – Northern Hawk Owl photo selected as the cover image for the undergrad biology lab manual (USask)
- 2016 – Grey Jay photo was selected as a runner-up in the Dept. of Biology photo contest and is on display in the 2nd floor teaching corridor (USask)
- 2010 – Essay on site-specific art and its relationship with the institution was published in the Western undergraduate journal Bon à Tirer (2009-10)
Any of the following photos can be ordered as greeting cards (with watermark removed) upon request.