- I focus on teaching use of tools, as well as fundamental drawing and painting skills, without stifling personal style or expression.
- I share my own methods as a practicing artist - watching another artist demonstrate a technique is one of the most useful ways that young artists can learn.
- I get to know each student as a person and an artist, and I place the utmost importance on listening to their needs. I've worked with students who have ADHD and autism, and I'm happy to provide accommodations for students with disabilities or other special needs to the best of my ability.
- Artists today are making use of technology, and styles like anime or cartoons which were once dismissed are now increasingly recognized as art forms. Whether it's the mediums we use or the artists we look at, I try to teach what's important to young voices in the arts today.
I'm a freelance illustrator and comic artist, and I'm the teaching artist at Young Artists' Place. Before moving here to the Vancouver area, I studied at the University of Toronto and taught at the Children's Art Studio at Artscape Wychwood Barns. I've been teaching art since 2013, and creating digital art on the computer for over 10 years.
This is my rate for private lessons. For a semi-private lesson it's $45 for two students, or $35 for three students.
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