After finishing art school in 1975 I entered the outside world where having to make a living caught up with me. Although I knew in my heart and gut that I wouldn't be able to support myself selling my art I continued to draw and paint. Showing in galleries never became a way of life; I didn't have the necessary personality and my art was anything but decorative. When I started making one-of-a-kind books from recycled paper and cardboard I felt I had found my calling. You can find me and my books at the small press fairs in Toronto, or contact me by e-mail


"Making art is a confidence game. There is no time to lose.Throw fear away. Art is a series of mistakes that work together. When your work looks unfamiliar rejoice. And above all don't try, just do it."