35mm — 2018-2020

Bounded Endlessness documents the relationship between humans and the sea through the constructed coast of The Netherlands. The Dutch coast is both an infrastructural and cultural landscape – where greenhouses, wind farms, cycle paths, restaurants, vacation homes and passing cargo ships coexist. It is a topography of permanent temporality – of human activity and emptiness.

God created the earth, but the Dutch created the Netherlands.

Bounded Endlessness captures views of the coast and traces of the people who define it.

Bounded Endlessness

Research — 2020/2021

More soon.

Research — 2018

Doha Pitch Generator will be published in Classeur 03 – Qatar from Cosa Mentale. Available at Centre Pompidou, CIVA, Venice Biennale, and more.

Collaboration with Valentin Bansac.

35mm — 2018

More soon.

Thesis — 2017

Somewhere between the plausible and the surreal, A Speculative Archipelago exploits the act of drawing as an artifact of exploration. Pivoting at the point where pervasive urbanism meets the desire to naturalize the mouth of the Don River, this thesis identifies an eventual archipelago in Toronto’s constructed port lands as grounds for invention in the future megacity.

With Associate Professor John Shnier at the University of Toronto’s John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design.