About
28 November 2013

I’m an audio artist and producer based in Toronto, Canada and Melbourne, Australia.

My creative practice investigates the relationship between people and their environments through sound.

Using in-depth interviews, field recordings and original compositions, I’m drawn to stories that inform and challenge our understandings of the natural and built environments we live in. I make documentaries and podcasts, perform live shows, and curate sound works. My work has been featured on CBC, BBC, ABC RN, Radiotopia and Re:Sound. Previously, I worked for CBC Original Podcasts as a producer on The Fridge Light, and Sleepover with Sook-Yin Lee.

 

In 2017, Jess Shane and I launched Constellations, a bi-weekly audio art podcast that illuminates audio art from a community of international artists making sound works that convey meaning through evocation and abstraction. Constellations features a wide-range of audio works which unravel the distinctions between experimental documentary, sound art, soundscapes, fiction, and music.

I graduated with an MA in Media Studies from Concordia in 2016.

You can email me below – or tweet at me here.