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With over 10 years of experience building community partnerships and resource-sharing in the arts & culture sector, I currently work at the intersection of art, business and environmentalism to realize sustainable futures where people feel empowered to be themselves + live in reciprocity with the natural world.


💚 collective wellness + sustainability

I prioritize health and well-being for myself, others and the environment. I primarily use natural, or upcycled materials in my work and consider sustainability at every step of my creative process. I believe that art has the power to promote radical connection, reflection, and healing.

💕 community collaboration

I create alongside nature and communities, inviting them to become active participants in the genesis of work. I believe that we learn best when we engage with one another and build on each other’s ideas and creations. I invite collaborations from people from all different ages, backgrounds and experiences.

🌱 continuous growth + learning

My process is experimental and iterative in nature—allowing meaning to seed, bud, and ripen over time until it is ready to be harvested. I share works-in-progress, and I am transparent about my creative processes. I believe that it is okay to share ideas without having opinions fully-formed. I aim to create brave spaces for sharing and experimenting.


Founder of the youth-led working group Artists 4 Sustainability, which supports emerging creatives in building their capacity to work with natural materials and incorporate regenerative principles into their art making.

Co-founder of the hyperlocal artist collective Scarbritewhich brightens the streets of Scarborough through co-creating visual works of art with members of the community that bring to light the stories of the suburb.

Arts Educator at VIBE Arts, where I work collaboratively with partners in under-resourced communities to create a lasting impact on the lives of young people through arts education programming.


Artist-in-residence at Youth Challenge International, where I lead artistic activism workshops to enrich public engagement in the climate action movement through the Postcards for the Planet project.

Director of Community Relations and Development of the youth-led multidisciplinary arts Festival ARTSIDEOUT (ASO) at the University of Toronto Scarborough, where I managed a portfolio of 30+ community partners consisting of local businesses, schools and festivals.

Research Assistant at Mass Culture, where I supported the development of Artifex–a publicly accessible database of research resources.