I grew up in the Eastern Townships of Quebec and in Ontario’s lake country; as a result, woodlands and lakes have always been integral to my artistic evolution and sensitivity, and they now greatly inform my artistic practice. I began my art education with a theoretical grounding by completing a BFA in Art History at Concordia Universtiy in Montreal, Quebec. After this foundation, I pursued a degree in Glass and Ceramics at the National Glass Center in Sunderland, England. I then worked for five years from my studio in Nelson, British Columbia. Since 2015 I have been a resident artist at Loretta Studios and Gallery in Ottawa, Ontario.