received a BFA with a focus in Printmaking from the University of Saskatchewan in 2009. For the past two and a half years he has worked for the Department of Art & Art History at the U of S in a number of roles. Most recently he has worked in Printmaking, both as the Printmaking Technician and as a Sessional Lecturer. He also teaches an annual half-day course on gallery procedures for the U of S Centre for Continuing and Distance Education.
At void's predecessor, Esteem for the Home, Michael served as Gallery Coordinator, responsible for booking artists, installing shows, and promoting their exhibitions.
In his own practice, Michael focusses mainly on printmaking, especially woodcuts and etchings lately. He is a founding member of Ink Slab, Saskatoon's only artist-run printmaking studio.