Driven by rhythms, patterns, colours and a heavy dose of romanticism. Likes to mismatch materials, modes of performance, theories, and histories.
Recently, this has meant using found sound as a dialogue for a short video installation (Ordinary Orchestra, NTS Art Apart), board games as a tool to critique colonialism and capitalism (New Societies, Re:Current Theatre), poetry with exercise (The Albertine Workout, SFU), tap dancing through adaptations of adaptations (notnothamletmachine, THEATRECORPS), composing nostalgia (Passenger Seat, The Library Performance Co.), and rice crispy cereal on ice cream.
A co-founder of Lo-Fi Spectacle Club; a nascent performing arts collective as idealistic as they come.
A graduate of Simon Fraser University (Bachelor of Fine Arts, Honours, in Theatre Performance).
Walking and working on the stolen ancestral lands of the Sḵwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:l ̱ ō and Səl ̓ ̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xwməθkwəyə̓ m (Musqueam) Nations.
Mismatching and subverting form is both a proclivity and a political
CV and/or Demo Reel Available upon request.