Masters in Education | University of British Columbia | 2018 - present
society, culture and politics in education
Bachelor of Education | University of British Columbia | 2013 - 2014
secondary school visual art
Bachelor of Fine Art | Emily Carr University of Art and Design | 2010 - 2013
visual art major, concentration in ceramics and print
Contemporary Art Program | Simon Fraser University | 2008 - 2010
painting, drawing, installation
Subject Matter | Gibsons Public Art Gallery, Gibsons BC | 2018
A group exhibition of sculptural work looking at the anecdotal, personal and cultural symbolism of materials.
Witches at Night Market | Radical Spirits, Vancouver BC | 2017
A market of local folks who make magical tools and supplies, hand-made medicines, witchy art, self-care products, and more. Bringing together the magical community in an inclusive space, while being mindful of cultural appropriation and systems of oppression within the magical community and the community at large.
Emerging Artist Series | Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver BC | 2017
Vanity Publishing | Newton Pop Up, Surrey BC | 2016
A collaborative show of ceramic sculpture and installation, investigating perception, femininity, and ritual.
Eastside Culture Crawl | Octopus Studios, Vancouver BC | 2015
A 4-day event in which diverse artists, makers, craftspeople, and designers open up their East Side studios to share their processes, space, and work with the public.
Earth and Wear | BC Gallery of Ceramics, Vancouver BC | 2015
A display of textile designs and fashion items paired with contemporary ceramic pieces made by local artists and ceramicists, exploring conversations between materials, form, and use.
Got Craft? | Vancouver, BC | 2013
A diverse makers market featuring the local products and creations. Displayed and sold functional ceramic pieces alongside members of my art collective, the Dusty Babes, while networking with members of the art and culture community
You Are Here | Emily Carr University| 2013
Final exhibition of the graduating class of 2013, featuring over 300 artists. Installed a ceramic sculpture comprised of 30 porcelain casts of a concrete tile, arranged in a grid formation. Actively worked alongside peers and curators to effectively organize and display all art pieces.
Hunting Grounds | Emily Carr University | 2013
An artistic and conceptual investigation into the representations of nature and the natural in art, to explore eco design, spirituality, and the boundaries between artificial and organic. Submitted two porcelain slip-cast and hand-carved translucent lamps.
Libro | Emily Carr University | 2013
An exhibition of book objects, artist books, and print works, promoting the validity of paper-based art, zines, interactive art exhibitions, and contemporary book media discourse. Displayed a dice game exploring unknown outcomes.