Island Muse - Online Publication, Writing published 2016
The entrepreneurial journey is a complex one. Building your brand from the ground up is a process that can come with many challenges. We all know this, but realize that personal baggage can sometimes get in the way. It quite often forces us to look in the mirror at ourselves in ways that we never have before. Self-reflection is key! Being self-aware has never been more important than it is right now.
The Ride or Die Project - Poetry and Art Published 2015
The term “ride-or-die chick” became popular in the 1990’s through rap music and referred to a woman who was down with the cause. A Hip Hop spin on the popular mythology of Bonnie and Clyde, the ride-or-die chick refers to a woman who has undying loyalty for her partner and is willing to stand by them through anything, even in the face of death.
From the Root Zine - The body Issue, Art published 2015
From the Root is a zine dedicated to documenting stories, poetry, articles, testimonies and images of women of colour in Canada. Sometimes political, other times posh but always powerful, From the Root showcases voices from women navigating through this land called Canada in the skin they are in. This quarterly zine is distributed nation-wide with editors based in Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver.
Art Scene - Tending the Wallflower Exhibit 2015
Tending the Wallflower is an upcoming show at Neighbourhood Gallery, part of the Neighbourhood Unitarian Universalist Congregation. The invitational exhibit is, according to curator Lauren McKinley Renzetti, about flowers in bloom, but also about “how fragile and delicate we humans are.”The show gathers more than 50 pieces from 22 artists, and will cover both the north and south galleries as well as the sanctuary.