I am a Vancouver artist, working mostly with sculpture and movement, and sometimes with drawing and print. I studied at Langara College and completed my BFA in visual art at Emily Carr University in 2016. I also have a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Victoria.

I bring various materials and found objects together, using vibrant colours, energetic patterns, and automated movements. Movement stands in as a metaphor for life, and the passage of time. I collect and repurpose objects with interesting social histories and local contexts. My work exists in a non-human centric world of living objects and vital materiality. It is informed by inquiries into the metaphysics of objects, the science of systems, and the math of patterns.

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