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(She/her) I am a theatre artist, writer, voice teacher and creative consultant, helping people share their stories and connect to their authentic voice.

With a practice rooted in the project-specific exploration of form and process, my work explores collaboration, intergenerational relationships, place, and the climate crisis. I am curious about how we might centre care in learning, creation and performance. 

A graduate of the BFA Acting Conservatory at York University, I have an MFA in Theatre and Creative Writing from The University of British Columbia. I have trained and worked with companies like Soulpepper, Boca del Lupo, Jumblies, Convergence Theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille, Theatre Gargantua, One Yellow Rabbit, SummerWorks, and PTC.  


I currently teach Voice and Speech at the Centre for Indigenous Theatre and York University, and have taught at George Brown in the Acting for Film Media Program. While living on Coast Salish Land, I produced Brave New Play Rites, and co-facilitated the LEAP Playwriting Intensive at the Arts Club. Teaching is a prominent and meaningful part of my practice, and I have led workshops in theatre creation, voice, and writing with over a dozen organizations across Turtle Island.

Presently working on a project about choosing to have a child in the climate emergency (supported by the Canada Council and the Toronto Arts Council), I live on Treaty 13 Territory in what is colonially known at Toronto with my young daughter. 


Thank you for being here. I hope you say hello.


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