About

I work across dance, choreography, sound, and spatial design.

I studied classical ballet before experimenting with contemporary dance, choreography, and direction. I hold a Canadian BA in Philosophy, Literature, and the History of Ideas, and an MPhil in Architecture and Urban Studies from the University of Cambridge.

My work takes the form of choreography, installation, performance, and direction, and has shown on stage, in galleries, on videos, and as live music and opera. I am particularly interested in the relationships between sound, music, movement, and dance, as well as architectural and choreographic processes.

I am the recipient of generous support from the Canada Council for the Arts, as well as the Manitoba Arts Council and the Winnipeg Arts Council. I have also received support from Banff Centre, PACT Zollverein, and Kettles Yard. I held a Foundation Mentorship with Mentoring Artists for Women's Art and Videopools New Artist in Media Art Fund, where I learnt closely from filmmakers Danishka Esterhazy and Val Klassen, which enabled me to produce several short films, dubbed full of « paradox... charm and fun » by the New York Times.

In addition to artistic work, I am the founder and co-editor of MVT Journal, devoted to the intersection of landscape, art, and architecture. I also produce experimental writing on dance, and am a regular contributor to Viereinhalb Saetze, as well as publications like Tanzplatform 2018.

My work has shown in the Germany, the Netherlands, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, England, Scotland, the US, and Canada.