5 silly, crazy, amazing things I did in 2012!

So another year passes….. Where did 2012 go in such a hurry?!

Good thing I was paying attention and making the most of it!

Here’s a look back on a few of my favorite silly, crazy, amazing moments of 2012.


1, During my Artist in Residence at Kwartzlab, I created this world map made entirely from computer parts! It measures 5ft high by 8ft wide. Big shout out to Carbon Computing for sponsoring this project and hosting the iHeARTapple exhibition at their downtown location! The iMap now resides permanently at the Communitech Hub networking space in the Tannery.

2, I got my “gangnam” on with the Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery and participated in their flashmob Gangnam Style video at the gallery… Oh what silly fun!


3, I had the great honor of creating the front window installation at THEMUSEUM for the Yoko Ono exhibition Add Color. Her message is so simple yet so powerful, I hope you got the chance to visit! After the exhibition, we donated all 28 inspirational pillows to Anselma House Women’s Crisis Services.

4, I hosted an edgy Art Party with the lovely Hillary Abel as a kick off to the the spring/summer event season. We showed work from 7 local artists, ate great food, and danced the night away!

5, Last but not least, I made a video invite for the Central Art Walk in October. In which I included some bloopers and got to laugh at myself a little. After all, if it’s not fun, it’s not worth it! Right?!? Blog post

Here’s hoping your 2012 was filled with as much fun and adventure as possible! Cheers to the new year, can’t wait to see what’s in store!!