November 19th, 2014 | 2 Comments »

I’ve been doing a four day countdown over on Instagram leading up to the Eastside Culture Crawl, and there is one more day to go. It begins tomorrow and continues until Sunday.

One more day!!!

This is my fifth year taking part in the crawl as an exhibiting artist. I’ve already decided to take a break next year because I miss touring other studios, so if you’ve never been by before now’s the best time to visit.


The Crawl has been extended from three days to four this year, and I’m curious to see whether more people take advantage of the extra day. I have my fingers crossed for decent weather despite the less than promising weather report.

Visit me at 1660 East Georgia Street to see intricate paper cut work, laser cut pieces, and installations. I have an event page on Facebook if you would like to RSVP »

18th Annual Eastside Culture Crawl
November 20th to 23rd, 2014
Thurs & Fri 5pm to 10pm | Sat & Sun 11am to 6pm
Visit the website to plan your route.

November 14th, 2014 | Comments Off

My final exhibition of 2014 is a group show all about paper.

Gam Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition and holiday pop-up shop of paper works, works on paper, prints, cards, journals, artist books and more.


Featured artists include: Ghazel Abbassalian, Matias Armendaris, Rachael Ashe, Sean Alward, Colin Cej, Romulo Cesar, Sarah Clement, Aya Ikeda-Berry, Keith Ikeda-Barry, Sean Karemaker, Mel King, Julia K. Kreutz, Rye Lundy, Caitlin McDonagh, Jessie McNeil, Craig Pettman, Tristesse Seeliger, Mira Song, Damla Tamer, Daniel Tatterton, Ola Volo, Michelle Weinstein and Priscilla Yu as well as many featured artists and designers in our boutique.

The show runs from November 21st through December 20th, with the official opening on Friday November 28th, 7pm to 12am.

Join the Facebook event page to see sneak peeks of work by all the artists »

Paper Presents
Gam Gallery
110 East Hastings (at Columbia)

November 5th, 2014 | Comments Off

I love how my friend Kim Werker has gone from talking about starting a podcast of her own, to making the first episode all in about a week. The podcast is called, Compulsory, and in each episode Kim will talk to a different person about the things they feel compelled to make.

The First episode features me and a conversation in which I talk a lot about my brain, tediousness, repetition, and focus. Have a listen and let Kim know what you think. You can also subscribe to Compulsory in iTunes.

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