I was halfway through the second grade when I first realized I was a writer. Ever since I sat in that classroom, obsessing over the perfect way to describe a fox’s tail, I was hooked. I’ve since outgrown my cartoonish depiction of an amber paintbrush, but I daresay my obsession with the written word has nearly outgrown me. Outside of the wild stories I always loved, I grew even more consumed by the glossy images buried in the travel magazines on my shelf. I always knew the colours of the world were calling me.
My entire adult life has since been dedicated to writing, photography and documentary projects. I’m a consistent contributor to Metro Calgary and Avenue magazine, and worked as the photo editor of WestJet Magazine for two years. My work has appeared in the Toronto Star, L'Oeil de la Photographie, SPUR magazine, Dementia Connections magazine, YLW Connect magazine and Essential magazine. My work focuses on culture, travel, politics, health, food and art.