I've always been artistically inclined. I studied fine art at a special school for the arts in Ottawa, Canterbury High School. I studied Fine Arts at the Ottawa School of Art where I was exposed to many facets of the field. I also studied Journalism and Graphic Design - to further my knowledge and personal passions for art, writing and design.
I describe my artistic style as, Expressionism. Art is magic; it speaks without voice. I make an effort to convey a sense emotion and feeling in my work. I am most often inspired by a place, event or an experience that has struck me in some way – and creativity is the mode for which I translate those experiences externally through whatever medium speaks to me. I let the subject dictate the medium; how my work is interpreted depends on the beholder. I hope that whoever beholds my art will be transported to new places inside themselves.
I am a professional artist, writer and designer. I have been working for Sheltoons as a bilingual Art Teacher in various primary schools around the Ottawa-Gatineau region.
My handcrafted jewellery can be found on Etsy and at the Arbor Art Gallery in Vankleek Hill, Ontario.
You can also wear my art by purchasing clothing from Le Galeriste.
I am a writer for Syndrome Magazine. One of my essays is included in the hilarious anthology, Random Female Syndromes: Funny fixes for all the things you thought were wrong with.