Having grown up exploring the suburbs of Whitby, Ontario, Kyle knew he wanted to see more of the world and was particularly drawn to the beautiful coast of British Columbia. After finishing college in 2006, he made his way out to Whistler and has found his new source of inspiration within the mountains and surrounded by nature. Since then, capturing the essence and beauty of the surroundings wherever he goes has always been a passion. Kyle looks forward to pursuing the realm of visual storytelling and hopes you’ll join him on his journey.
Kyle's work has been formed with a critical view of his emotions and past experiences. Through deconstructing his own emotions, from fears, anxiety and understanding where they are based from, he has created narratives that help support his thoughts and ideas. These are primarily based around social conditioning, and how that can play affect to ones own responses over time. Through facing these fears directly, Kyle looks to questions not just himself but also social constructs. Using photography as a primary means of capturing and narrating such scenes.
Main Street Arts - November, December 2018
Elsewhere Studio - April 2017
Residency Alumni Exhibition - April - May - 2019
Swatch Art and Soul - April - 2019
Altered Spaces - Fort Gallery - Juried show - August 2018
Maury Young Arts Center - October 2017.
2016 The Pique Disciples of light and shadow http://www.piquenewsmagazine.com/whistler/disciples-of-light-and-shadow/Content?oid=2805107
2015 Whistler Question - Nudes in Nature http://www.whistlerquestion.com/entertainment/arts/forest-photos-send-locals-on-an-art-hunt-1.2071741