About
(b. 1978, Canada)  

Michael’s work investigates the built environment as a social construct at varying scales and levels of detail through photography, installation, sound and text.

Projects have been featured in exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery, The Canadian Centre for Architecture (Montreal), The Museum of Vancouver, Artspeak (Vancouver), 221A Artist Run Society (Vancouver), Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and in publications such as Cabinet Magazine (New York), Canadian Architect (Toronto), Pidgin Magazine (Princeton Architectrual Press, New Jersey), and Front Magazine (Western Front Gallery, Vancouver).


Michael holds degrees in Philosophy and Architecture and is the recipient of several awards and citations including the Power Corporation of Canada Award from the Canadian Center for Architecture, a Canadian Architect Thesis Award nomination, and the Vaughn Berg Memorial Prize for an architectural project that expands beyond the realm of the discipline and embraces allied disciplines and related practices in the arts in a positive and constructive manner.

Michael is also the founder and creative director of Goodweather, a Vancouver-based design consultancy. A portfolio of this work can be found here.