I'm a Canadian photographer and sculptor currently based out of Hamilton, ON and Montreal, QC.
I explore feminine gesture, selfhood and body language through portraiture and ceramic sculpture, though my obsession for dogs and the outdoors often creeps into my work. I'm interested in exploring the profusion of beauty within mood, emotion, and character, and am captivated by body language and the breadth of human communication.
Over the years, my body of work has inadvertently mirrored my state of mind and therefore could be considered to be somewhat autobiographical. Every aspect of my work is intuitive, and the end result is often as much a surprise to me as it is to someone seeing it for the first time.
I am currently focusing on the Women and Wilderness project.
Usine 106U - Montréal, Canada - June (Sculpture)
Usine 106U - Montréal, Canada - August, Sept-Dec (sculpture and drawings)
The Fringe Bath Art Festival FAB - Bath, UK - May (sculpture)
The Bristol Pop-Up Art Sale, St-Michael's Church - Bristol, UK (sculpture and photography)
Galerie Bielik - Montreal, Canada (sculpture)
Usine 106U Gallery - Montreal, Canada (sculpture and drawings)
Galerie Malbork - Montreal, Canada (sculpture)
Theatre Corona - Montreal, Canada (sculpture)
Photo Life Magazine winner - Showtime photography competition - June/July issue
Photo Life Magazine finalist - Showtime photography competition - Feb/March issue
Guest blog – We are sister stories
RESIDENCIES AND VOLUNTEERING
Solo Residency at Unit10, Bedminster, 21st April- 1st May - Bristol, UK (sculpture)
Volunteer Curator for monthly Student Exhibitions One Night Stand – Montreal, Canada
BFA Studio Arts - Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Awarded Henry I. Chinks Scholarship
DCS Diploma in Communications: Arts, Media and Theatre - Vanier College, Montreal, Canada