Originally from British Columbia, I moved to Montréal, Québec in 2006 where I completed my Masters of Fine Arts at Concordia University in 2013. My work in painting, drawing, and performance focuses on the vibrant materiality of the human form within the natural and manufactured world. As a dancer and performer I draw deeply from my physical practice that provides a map of deepening connections with others and myself; sensations and images of the clumsy chaos of collaboration and interrelatedness. With a foundation of painting my work also extends into photography, illustration, large-scale puppets, and sets and props within TV/film and theatre productions. This multi-disciplinary practice includes a dedicated teaching and facilitation practice and is woven together with themes of embodiment, agency and connection.