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  • My work is about contributing to a community of artists who are leading our world into the future by practising heightened awareness, asking poignant questions and tackling relevant subject matter. 
  • My work is about activating imagination and sparking curiosity; reminding audiences, students and collaborators of their innate creative powers through my choreographic and teaching endeavours. 
  • My work is about cultivating the next generation of audiences and arts advocates through my education, outreach and performance projects that reach over a thousand young people each year. 

Please consider making a donation to support my upcoming projects that include research, performance and education/outreach. Click here to learn more about my current choreographic projects! With your support, I am able to continue to explore new artistic territory, create performances that destabilize the status quo, build audiences for contemporary dance through outreach efforts, and foster meaningful relationships with my students and mentees. No amount is too small.

Your generosity is hugely appreciated!

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who has supported my work over the years, including but not limited to:

Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, The Living Arts Centre, Toronto Arts Foundation, Rahim Ladha, Noel Hefty, Edward Bergman, Susan Wright, Lisa Vogel, Adam Kuhn, Matthew Kariatsumari, Amy and Allan Norsworthy, and Scott Norsworthy. <3

 An audience of students at Rosedale Heights School of the Arts during a post-performance Q&amp;A session.

An audience of students at Rosedale Heights School of the Arts during a post-performance Q&A session.

 Offering personal feedback and coaching to a student at a Fresh Dance Intensive workshop.

Offering personal feedback and coaching to a student at a Fresh Dance Intensive workshop.

 An Improv Jam session hosted by TOES FOR DANCE at Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre.

An Improv Jam session hosted by TOES FOR DANCE at Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre.