I began my career as an independent filmmaker through my thesis in my undergraduate degree, wherein my research partner and I travelled across Canada to interview young activists on how they are perceived in the media (Project Uprooted).
From there, I continued running filmmaking workshops, beginning a program called Making A Scene working primarily with LGBTQ+ youth. I also directed a documentary called The Legend of Sing Hey, and co-directed and edited the film The Ceremony, for the Next 150 project with Cinema Politica (alongside director Taina Da Silva).
I have since been pursing a Master's at Concordia University, which has lead me to my latest project, Climate Futures, a 360 degree exploration of a future Montreal under climate change.
I'm based in Montreal right now!
Masters of Arts - Media Studies - Concordia
Bachelor of Independent Studies - Focus: Documentary Film - University of Waterloo
AWARDS / RECOGNITION
Sustainability Research Award - 2020 - Climate Futures
Waterloo Region - Best Filmmaker award - 2017-2018
Best Short award - Rainbow Reels - 2016 - Crowned?