I am a visual artist, art educator, and interdisciplinary scholar based out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
In my art practice, I specialize in pen and ink drawings and acrylic paintings. Recently, I have been experimenting with stop-motion animation, and various forms of book making.
As an art educator, I facilitate school programming at the Remai Modern, and teach classes in painting, drawing, and art journalling through the Community Arts Program at the University of Saskatchewan.
I completed my Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2005, and a Master's degree in English Literature in 2010. I am currently a PhD candidate at the University of Saskatchewan. My research focuses on the novels by Virginia Woolf and the artistic theories and practices of the Bloomsbury group. I am also examining how Woolf's prose experiments correspond with Maurice Merleau-Ponty's philosophy of perception.