Stephen has exhibited in Toronto and Vancouver.
In Toronto he was a featured artist with "The Gallery Without Walls" showing in select exhibitions including "No Particular Civilization", "Genitive Forum", and "Di-Vercity/Urban Core".
After relocating to British Columbia, Stephen set out to create a name for himself as an artist in Vancouver. For three years his work was showcased exclusively in the window of "Bianca Luce" in the West End of Vancouver - establishing his presence and style on the West Coast.
He has exhibited in a number of Vancouver group art exhibitions, including the VOX Exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, the yearly "Pride in Art" show as a featured artist, and the "Glass Onion Gallery".
Stephen has had three solo shows at "Exhibitions Gallery" on Bowen Island, "Anne Carlson Fine Art Gallery" and "Volume Studio" in Vancouver.
Stephen was comissioned by Universal Studios to paint a large 5' X 7' portrait of actress Parker Pose for the movie "Jose and the Pussycats". This work was featured in the film.
Stephen has been a regular contributor to the "Art for Life" fine art auction having donated 5 paintings to this charitable event.
His work has been featured in the "VanCity Art Window" in Vancouver's Westend.