I was born in Montreal and have been expressing myself either through classical ballet or photography much of my life. It was around the mid-1990's that photography started to play a much larger role in my life. Having decided in 2011 to pursue my interest in photography, I eventually arranged to take a sabbatical year off from my job in Montreal and relocate to New York City to attend the International Center for Photography 2014-2015 1-year Photojournalism program.
Having previously traveled to Afghanistan working for a Canadian NGO and teaching female journalists photography after many years of Taliban repression and rule forbidding women in the work place, I found this challenging and extremely rewarding. This interest eventually led me to work in Haiti after their devastating earthquake documenting their struggle to survive and rebuild.
As of 2016, I am still living in New York pursuing my primary interest which is centered around Human Rights and exposing injustices around the world. As I continue my life journey, I look forward to opening up windows to the world and providing a voice to the voiceless.