Vince is multi-media artist whose work includes; drawing, pinhole photography and video. He is currently focusing on observational drawing. “The practice of drawing shapes my sensibilities, and enables me to experience the world through graphic images”. Wandering and cycling the streets of Toronto, he has photographed urban environments and modern landscapes using low-tech pinhole cameras built from reclaimed cardboard and other discarded materials. He has shot edited and recorded/mixed sound for the 2009 production “Present Art” - a film about Toronto sculptor Gerard Sternik which was screened at Theatre Direct’s Loop Centre for Lively Arts and Learning, as part of Over Flow – an exhibition of selected maquettes for sculptures. In sessions with Canadian jazz legend Jim Blackley, he recorded audio and video segments for the production of an app for music students.
Vince’s experience in the film industry includes extensive work as a storyboard artist. He is also a seasoned art educator, and has worked as a drawing instructor at Sheridan College (Classical Animation dept.), Humber Continuing Education, and Animation Portfolio Workshop.
Drawing as a way to experience the world continues to be of vital importance to Vince.