Curriculum Vitae


2015    MFA, Visual Arts, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario
2010    BFA, Photography Studies, Ryerson University School of the Image Arts, Toronto, Ontario

2017    OVERSHARE, solo exhibition, PDA Projects, Ottawa, Ontario, June
2016    Cut Me Down, Split Me Open, Burn Me Up, solo, Album Studios, Toronto, Ontario, February, Curator: Laura Findlay
2015    DAYS ENDING IN WHY, solo thesis exhibition, Axené07, Gatineau, Québec, August
2010    This Is Not Your Life, Solo Exhibition, Galerié Pierre-Léon, Toronto

2019    Paper Trails, group exhibition, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, January
2018    Remnants and Confessions, Julia Martin & William Mokrynski, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, September 5 – October 14
2017    Continuum, group exhibition, Karsh Masson Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario, September
            Curator: Melissa Rombout
2017    Spring Fever, group exhibition, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, February
2016    Aether Into Infinity, group exhibition, PDA Projects, Ottawa, Ontario, April
2015     CULT: an exhibition of landscape and fucking, group exhibition, Arteles Centre, Hämeenkyrö, Finland, November
2015    Near, Far, & Somewhere In-Between, three-person exhibition, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, October, Curator: Stanzie Tooth
2015    The Queer Feeling of Tomorrow, group exhibition, The Art Gallery of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, September-December, Curator: Adam Barbu
2015    FACE/OFF, Group Exhibition, PDA Projects, Ottawa, On, August
2014    Process, Group Exhibition, Karsh-Masson, Ottawa, August, Curator: Meaghan Haughian
2012    Death in the City, Group Exhibition, LE Gallery, Toronto, Curator: Amanda Nedham
2009    Remembering What Was, What Wasn’t & What Will Never Be, three-person exhibition, Ryerson Gallery, Toronto, Curator: Robyn McCallum
2008    Parallax: Four Views on the Representation of Self, group exhibition, Hangman Gallery, Toronto, Curator: Ryan Van Der Hout

2012    Death in the City, Pilot Press, Ed. Amanda Nedham, pg. 18-21
2011    Flash Forward, Magenta Foundation Annual Publication, pg. 53 & 54
2011    Timeshow Magazine, Issue #2, Art Publication (France), pg. 6-20
2009     Wring Your Hands, Sing the End!, self-published book, represented by Art Metropole, edition sold, out of print
2009    A Be Sea (French For Beginners), self-published book, represented by Art Metropole, edition sold, out of print
2008    Today Is A Very Long Day, self-published book, represented by Art Metropole, edition sold, out of print
2008    Is It Tomorrow Yet?, self-published, represented by Art Metropole, edition sold, out of print
2009    Function Magazine, Ryerson University Art Publication, pg. 106-111
2007    Function Magazine, Ryerson University Art Publication, pg. 88 & 89
2008    Portfolio Ten, Ryerson University Art Publication, pg. 184-193

2019     ESSE Revue, Issue: Empathy, Flat Death Jest: Julia Martin’s Performatist Aesthetics of Empathy by Dr. Jakub Zdebik
2018     Canadian Art online,

2015    Arteles Creative Centre, ENTER TEXT__, residency, November, Hämeenkyrö, Finland
2009    International Photojournalism Festival, Cultural Exchange, participants selected by
            Consulat Général de France de France, Perpignan, France, 2009

2017     Continuum, in conversation with Chantal Gervais, moderated by exhibition curator
             Melissa Rombout, October 17, University of Ottawa

2015    Outstanding Thesis Support Paper, University of Ottawa, Juried
2011    Magenta Foundation, Flash Forward: Emerging Photographers
2009    Consulat Général de France & Alliance Française Festivals in France Award, Juried,  Consulat Général de France

2018     Term lecturer Art & Technology, University of Ottawa, 3rd Year Art History, Prof. Cara Tierney
2018     Guest lecture on Social Media and Art Practice, University of Ottawa, 4th Year Studio, Prof. Andrew Wright
2018     Guest contributor to 4th year final critique, University of Ottawa, From Studio to Exhibition, Prof. Penny Cousineau-Levine
2017     Guest talk on works in Continuum, University of Ottawa, 1st Year Studio,
             Prof. Anne Marie Dumouchel

2009    Artist Book-Making Workshop, Lumière Press, Instructor Michael Torosian. Toronto, Ontario, Canada