CV

CV WALLET MOTH aka Murray Siple (b. 1970, Canada) 

Instagram: @walletmothofficial Website: www.walletmoth.com Email: murraysiple@gmail.com

Education: Emily Carr University, Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1994

Exhibitions:

2020 Ranger Station Art Gallery Group Show (Painting)

2019 Salt Spring National Art Prize 2019/20 selected artist (Painting)

2019 Whistler Skatepark 25th Anniversary Mural (Painting/mural)

2019 World Ski & Snowboard Festival, Art & Soul Show, Whistler, Canada (Painting)

2019 BMO Theatre, Solo Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada (Painting)

2019 Long-listed for Beers London “Contemporary Visions” 

2016 Group Show, Whistler Brewery, Canada (Photography)

2011 Ferry Building Gallery, West Vancouver, Canada (Photography)

2011   The Cheaper Show No. 10 Vancouver, Canada (Photograph)

2010 The Cheaper Show No. 9 Vancouver, Canada (Photography)

2010 Winter Olympics Vancouver, Canada (Experimental Video)

2009 iCord/Blusson Spinal Cord Centre, Vancouver, Canada, (Drawing)

2008 Hot Docs, Toronto Canada (Feature Documentary Premiere)

1996 Whistler Convention Centre , Canada (Snow/Skate Video Premiere)

1995 Snowsports Industries America, San Diego, USA, (Video Premiere)

1994 Snowsports Industries America, Las Vegas, USA, (Video Premiere)

1992 Gallery 56 Vancouver, Canada (Experimental Film)

Press: 2014 BBC London Interview for photo of the week - travel

2011 Macleans Magazine - artist/people to watch of 2011

2008 The Capilano Review - documentary

The Georgia Straight - documentary

Globe & Mail (cover) - documentary

Vancouver Sun - documentary

North Shore News (cover) - documentary

2003 Dwell Magazine (feature) - house design 

Globe & Mail - house design

Vancouver Sun - house design

Canadian Architect (cover) - house design

1996 Transworld Snowboarding - action sports video

Big Brother - action sports video

Thrasher - action sports video

Snowboarder - action sports video

1992 Globe & Mail - experimental film “Projections Ice”


Awards: 2010 Audience Award for Documentary, Qinghai China

2008 Leo Award, Best Feature Documentary

Notes: Carts of Darkness, 2008 (Murray Siple writer/director) is a National Film Board of Canada production and is featured as one of their top 3 films of all time, including their most watched online video.