Storytelling has always been a major part of my life; the memories of my grandfather’s booming voice telling me big fish tales, my father forever weaving magic into everything we did, like stories of dragons living within the Niagara Escarpment, all a deep part of who I am and how I tell stories today. With ten years of combined experience in photography, graphic design, and simple cross-stitch, I use pixels to tell my stories. In recent years my passion for creating not only physical art but a positive impact with my talents, shifted, and I began my journey as a social justice artist. Working passionately with campaigns such as Art Not Shame, Revision: The Centre for Social Art and Justice and the Adoption Council of Canada, and through the medium of digital story-telling, I am honoured to help young participants create short films which they then use to advocate change.
Storytelling has always been a major part of my life. I use pixels to tell mine.
Some of you may remember me as a wedding photographer from the past seven years. The wedding industry will forever feel like home and I keep my toes dipped into that world as a partner, editor, and, in-house designer for Vineyard Bride. And lastly, I’m a mama to my little Z, wife to a pretty kick ass guy and I have the most unhealthy obsession with Nutella, Beavertails and Nutella on Beavertails.