I am a queer and disabled multimedia artist, maker, activist and educator based in Toronto. As a gender-nonbinary intersectional feminist, and a settler of Jewish/Eastern European descent, I am particularly interested in the idea of reconciling complex identities through exploration of the concept of borders and liminal spaces. My work spans a range of media, including, but not limited to: photography, street art, drawing, painting, and most recently fibre art and printmaking. It touches upon a variety of themes, such as outsider narratives, gender and sexuality, trauma, chronic illness and dis/ability. In addition to sustaining my personal art practice, I volunteer with multiple local arts-based initiatives, including teaching art to youth in the Child And Adolescent Mental Health unit at a hospital, and serving as Artistic Director for Frolic’s Haunt – a volunteer-run wheelchair- and disability-accessible Halloween Haunted house, which is free for visitors to attend. I am passionate about social justice and equity, maker culture, and sustainability. I often use recycled materials in my art and teaching. I am a graduate of the Bachelor of Fine Arts program at York University (Summa Cum Laude), and a recipient of the 2017 Robert Tiffin Leadership Award, for my contributions to the to the growth, development and vitality of the York University community.