My art practice is rooted in the natural curiosities of my world; I strive to find the forms and textures of animals, nature, and the human figure. I challenge preconceptions to obscure the familiar. My two and three-dimensional multimedia approach uses my knowledge and skills of my major, fibre arts, as well as painting, drawing, sculpting. Experimentation is a key element of my work that helps me to find my voice and place in the art world. Political, cultural, and moral influences are found in my pieces. I yearn to articulate the importance of respect, responsibility, equality, and understanding between all life on our planet through representations of feminism, nature, injustice, and inner conflict. I am a continuing volunteer artist for the Elizabeth Bagshaw Clinic, a Vancouver-based non-profit clinic specializing in women’s sexual health. The Alberta Teachers’ Association will be wearing masks I have designed to the pride parades and other LGBTQ+ events this year, as well as printing my designs for classroom use. Additionally, I have volunteered and been a supporting artist for public and private murals in my hometown of Calgary, and believe in the importance of boosting our community through the arts and otherwise.