I design projects and programs focused on building frameworks for collaborative creating, and uncovering new kinds of platforms for story-sharing. I love to explore how the divisions within and between organizations, companies, communities and individuals can be where we can start to craft meaningful connection, collaboration, and change, from the local level to a systems-scale.
I have worked in artist and creative advisory and strategy roles with humanitarian, environmental, and social justice organizations including The World Bank, Indian Red Cross Society, Supernacular Toronto, the Environmental Film Festival at Yale, Beyond Reform & Development in Lebanon, Columbia University, Parsons The New School of Design, Impact Hub Network, Court Creative, International Institute for Environment & Development (IIED), Metropolitan Museum of Art Media Lab, Brown Institute for Media Innovation at Columbia University, and Black Lives Matter. I currently serve in a long-term Learning Advisory capacity for the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre.
In addition to ongoing creative strategy and art projects, I’m currently exploring the worlds of children's books, children’s programming, and museums.
I have degrees in Global Resource Systems (BSc) and Environmental Management (masters) from the University of British Columbia and Yale University.
I’m always curious to hear from others about how we can be co-creating towards positive change!