• Vibrant City (A Bike Rack for St. John’s)

    This concept was developed for a bike rack design contest hosted by the City of St. John's. Unfortunately a relative's employment with the City ultimately meant I was ineligible to participate. The text description read: St. John’s is known the world over as home to “jellybean row.” While our city’s vibrant colours are actually a modern development, they have quickly become an integral part of local identity. My rack design takes the city’s basic building block – the traditional rowhouse – and reduces it to its iconic form. It can stand alone or be grouped into miniature streetscapes, its simple shape can be painted any colour, and its open door welcomes resident and visiting users alike. The colours here were chosen from Templeton’s “Historic Colours of Newfoundland” palette.
  • Cabinet Remade

    Originally a late-20th century cabinet, this piece had solid construction and legs we couldn't pass up. We started by removing the opaque faux-wood doors and by the end had painted the exterior, relined the interior, opened the "facade," installed some built-in lighting, and added height to the whole thing. Now a liquor cabinet, this piece won a category prize in the Home & Cabin "Re:make" competition, published in late 2015.
  • Beam to Bench

    Responding to an ad for free "firewood," I found the wood for this small bench at a building demolition site near Quidi Vidi Lake. This beam was in poor shape, but planed to reveal a beautiful grain and knot pattern. I cut away the most damaged areas to reveal the eventual seat and leg shapes. I did not fill or hide the nail holes left from the wood's life as a structural member,
  • Mirror

    Restoration/modification of a mid-century mirror.
  • Lume

    Lighting concept for the Signal Hill trails, St. John's, NL. Entry for the 2015 CLUE Competition. See full quality here: 1530.pdf (3,849 kb)
  • Chair #1

    A mixed-media chair designed and fabricated, against all odds, in a tiny apartment.
  • 3D Packing (Freelab)

    Completed in collaboration with Emily Wilson, Wessam Bou-Saleh, David D'Andrea, François Abbott, Ilya Nepogodin, Benny Kwok, Graham Tkachuk, and instructor Christopher Kaltenbach (NSCAD).
  • Facade Lamp

    Given the formula 1 concrete base + 2 wooden structural members + 3 "screens," I designed and fabricated this one-of-a-kind lamp. My use of screens became a study of facade.