Born in Canada in 1980, but lived most of my childhood and adult life in my parents’ country of origin, Malta, this blog originated as part of the research for my M. Ed Artist Teacher studies at UWS.

After completing my first degree in art teaching at the University of Malta, I felt the need to further my studies in the field of art and started attending an artistic printmaking diploma course at the Malta School of Art under the tuition of Mr Anton Grech. Meanwhile I also pursued further training at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg, through masterclass workshops with German artist Michael Morgner and most recently with Austrian artist Tobias Pils. 

My work attempts to explore drawing, printmaking and painting as distinct, nonetheless symbiotic art practices that revolve around mark-making as a primary communicative tool. Alongside, such artistic research enables me to constantly nourish and revisit my pedagogic approaches to art theory and practice.

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