I am an artist because I learn best from a way of knowing that is separate from prevalent methods of learning in most institutions. Creating artwork is the way in which I process, learn, and go about embodying a presence in the world. For me creating work is a way of decolonizing myself and a way to foster understanding under my own accord.
In my practice I explore themes of identity through culture and connection both internally and externally. I work on a personal level which translates into a worldly wavelength. In order to speak to a whole, I explore a microscopic portion. I identify as being Métis which I believe fuels my fascination of merging oppositions into something cohesive.