Based in Victoria, British Columbia, on the unceded Coast Salish Territory of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ nations, I'm a multidisciplinary visual artist who primarily works with analog photography; occasionally combining it with drawing to create mixed media works. Inspired by the west coast landscape that I've always called home and still love to regularly explore, my work highlights themes surrounding my personal relationship with the environment. I aim to draw attention the beauty in quiet scenes whether that be a remote landscape, or a decaying and forgotten construction in urbanity. Other than transporting viewers to a setting as it stands in true form, I also enjoy warping scenes and perspectives by inserting mirrors into a space, or taking photos that are later manipulated with other mediums. My meditative process of integrating drawing with photos of the coastal landscape results in images that mimic the soothing scenery captured, with detailed line patterns creating a rhythm similar to that of ocean waves. Like real waves, no lines I draw will be exactly the same despite the way that they compound rhythmically. In the spring of 2022 I graduated from the University of Victoria with a BFA major in Visual Arts which allowed me to grow in my practice and gain valuable experience while working towards a career in art education. At the time being, I enjoy working on personal art projects while staying active in my local art community in various ways such as volunteering, or taking on commissioned work, and I embrace new opportunities to get connected and involved.