I enjoy engaging in a broad range of visual arts and crafts from photography to painting to sculpture, though the constraints of touring life have often limited me to smaller-scale work in simpler media like beaded jewelry. I enjoy making use of recycled and/or found materials in my work whenever possible, and I rarely repeat a project, so the vast majority of my pieces are truly one of a kind, even when seemingly simple craft work.

2017 was a landmark year for me, bringing the health and identity challenges of breast cancer. In defiance of both the disease and its treatment, both of which have a tendency to chip away at pieces of a person, I began a series of self-portraits, from goofy to quirky to beautiful. This worked as a means of exploring and reinforcing those aspects of myself that cancer and chemotherapy did not touch - my humour, my inner strength, my creativity. I named it simply "Stuff on My Head."