When I was in the first grade my teacher called my parents to tell them I used up all the crayons in the classroom. I began my training in art and design that day, and I’ve never looked back since.

After high school, I attended OCAD where I discovered more about who I am as a person. I learned about graphic design and art history, almost dropped out, and now I work as an art director and designer in Toronto. I work at the intersection of graphic design and social change. My practice is rooted in social justice principles, focusing on collaboration and community building, cultural production and publishing. I create images and experiences that engage and empower.

Let’s work together.