A Toronto-based photographer who loves a challenge. Whether it's making your uncle laugh, wrapping herself around a new fashion editorial, wrestling a musician to submission, or discovering the exact amount of time it takes for a stick of asparagus to look like garbage. She's got your back. Last seen balancing a leaf blower in one hand, a camera in the other.
Presently showing: Party Animals, featuring rescued exotic pets from Canada as guests at a house party.
Let's rock and roll,
Ways I Work
Describe your home in 3 words
messy, happy, and cat-filled.
What do you listen to when you work?
movie soundtracks or podcasts
Too many to count, but the last one I saw that I adored was the Agnes Varda 'Faces, Places'.
When did you start making art, and why?
I have always had something inside of me I need to get out.
When I'm not making art, I'm (a) ...
hangin with my amazing husband and daughter
Best season of the year in Toronto
Summer, absolutely. The city comes alive, plants and animals are thriving and everyone starts smiling again.
Beverage of choice
What places do you hang out in Toronto?
You can find me at an art workshop, Hibiscus in Kensington, Bloomer's on Bloor, and a doorstep near you.
Last fav read was Patti Smith's Just Kids, or A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara.
Why is it important for people to have art in their home or life?
I'm a big believer in the little things. Maybe a picture reminds you of a feeling, the texture on a bowl reminds you of the town where you got it, or the person you were at that time. We need reminders, and we need cues to continue building our own worlds in our minds.
Only thing you need when you leave the house
Some fire in my belly.
Why is art important to you?
creation and compassion are part of any healthy diet