I am a multi-disciplinary visual artist of Mi’kmaq decent who calls the west coast of Newfoundland home. My work is derived from a combination of popular and traditional cultural reflections, which I portray through my passion for and knowledge of pop culture, traditional craft, and my own cultural practices. Throughout the recent past I have developed an affinity for language, mainly directed towards learning my ancestors native tongue of Mi’kmaq. Currently, through the processes of sculpture, digital media, text based media, installation, painting, and endurance performance, I strive to push boundaries and play with the ideas of re-appropriation, reclamation, participation and the artifact within traditional aboriginal craft, ceremony, and contemporary culture. By this means of remixing artistic practices, storytelling and creating participatory objects and interactive performance spaces, I aim to form an atmosphere where traditional meets contemporary, shifting preconceived notions on an object or an actions original function or intent.