Francis Horne Jr. is a member of Yakweakwioose First Nation in Chilliwack, BC. Since childhood, Francis watched his father create a variety of carvings, and has since taken to the artform himself. He carved his first mask when he was twelve years old, and sold the first one at thirteen. As a young teen, he began producing many indigenous carvings, such as totem poles and masks. Francis works in traditional styles while continuing to explore new ideas. He also creates art in other forms like airbrushed designs and clothing. He is well on his way to becoming one of the prominent Northwest Coast artists of his generation.