I fell in love with art at a young age. My family moved every few years growing up including a three year stint in Germany. The artwork in Europe helped to spark my interest in sculpture and photography; it is also where I caught the travel bug. After returning to Alberta I decided to attend AUArts where I fell in love with glass. I became a glass major and made this medium my primary focus in my artistic practice. I graduated with a BFA in Glass with the Board of Governors award in May 2018.
I now pursue a career as a multi-media artist enjoying my life as a Glass Blower, and photographer. This past summer I spent in Murano, Italy and Seattle, Washington. I also did a spotlight with the Alberta Craft Council and am in process of getting my work into their galleries in Edmonton and Calgary. New this year in 2019 I have work at the Corning Museum of Glass in New York starting this May.
Through this year and the next I will be working with a new lighting company to create designs utilizing the glass Silk technique. Also, I hope to work my way up to a couple residencies in Berlin Germany, Toyama Japan, and Edinburgh Scotland. Wish me