Actually, it's about you.
I'm here to help you overcome your blocks, find new ways of harnessing your inherent creativity, and reaching your true potential.
But I also know that if you want to work with me, you probably want to know more about me, so here you go...
I'm a trained creative
This is not just a title - I received training in:
Master of Fine Arts: Creative Practice at Transart Institute in participation with the University of Plymouth in the UK.
Based in Berlin and New York, the low residency program explored strategies for artistic research and creation.
My research project was inspired by my job as a steward for a major international airline, what started as a personal exploration through the collection of ephemera turned into an archive composed of drawings, texts, collages, screen prints, various objects and documented performances.
Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching (KMCC) Certification.
Glad I trusted my intuition back in January 2020 and jumped into the program a week late. It aligned perfectly with my practice and felt like a natural progression of my creative practice.
How the world has changed.
KMCC explores who we are in the creative process in real time using the Kaizen Way: small steps and questions are used to reshape habits, thinking and actions over a realistic period of time. Creative experiences, actual steps and guided relaxations provide structure during the session. The method honors the non-linear process of creativity and aims to lower pressure.
The program gave me deeper insights into my blocks and a better understanding of my creative process resulting in greater awareness, more energy, inspired productivity and flow.
Professional Training and Development: (Selected)
Campus Art Dubai: Dubai, 2013
Metafora Centre for Contemporary Art: Barcelona, 2006
National Voice Intensive, UBC, Vancouver, 2000
National Voice Intensive, SFU, Vancouver, 1998
Studio 58, Langara College, Vancouver, 1996/97