scenic artists in the clouds, Opera Atelier's production of alcina, 2014
As a Scenic Artist, I have painted 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional scenery for a vast array of theatrical companies across Canada. I began this journey in high school. I had an inspiring theatre teacher who challenged me to look into a career in the arts. I knew I wanted to use my visual art interests and somehow pair that with my love for the theatre. I found a technical theatre program at Niagara College in Welland, Ontario, who was offering a diploma program in Theatre Arts. Two exciting years of study in the theatre arts, led me to a career as a Scenic Artist. I moved back to Toronto and began my apprenticeship by working with many different companies in the GTA. I spent an incredible summer at the Banff Centre learning how to paint opera scenery. I came back to Toronto with a wealth of knowledge and a desire to excel. I am proud of my accomplishments and my contributions to Canadian theatre! I currently still work as a scenic artist and am an honorable member in good standing of IATSE Local 828, Scenic Artists and Propbuilders.
Painting cloud drops for alcina, Opera Atelier,
Painting cloud drops for alcina, at the shaw festival scenery shop
Painted desert scrim, alcina, scenic drop studios, toronto
Shaw festival Theatre 2015 Season
Black and White checkered floor for You Never Can Tell
Handpainted Chalkboard inspired signs.
Faux finish decorative doors for Light up the Sky.
Brick wall and window flats and drops for Light up the Sky.
University of Toronto Opera School 2015
Gian Carlo Menotti's, The Medium and The telephone