Research Interests: Somato-Politics, Embodiment, Movement Research, Aesthetic Theory, Pedagogy, Body as Land, Ways of Knowing, the Aesthetics of Consent, Critical Race Studies, Feminist Theory, Critical Whiteness Studies.

My current research investigates the experiential body as a liberatory landscape for anticolonial and anticapitalist self-determination and love. I am interested in individually and anatomically informed movement patterning for both function and grace, and the capacity therein for liveness.

In April of 2018 I completed my MA in Contemporary Arts Studies at SFU’s School of Contemporary Arts. My object of study was an analysis and critique of white supremacy in contemporary dance, which I researched and wrote under the guidance of my brilliant supervisors, Dr. Henry Daniels, Dr. Denise Oleksijczuk, and Dr. Laura U. Marks.

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Public Presentation Highlights:

Guest Speaker: Dialogues in Art and Politics with Am Johal, SFU School of Contemporary Arts. March 2019

Guest Speaker: “Running the Show: Gender in Leadership,” Douglas College Performing Arts Program. October 2018

Curator & Moderator: New Museology. July 2018

Presenter: “The Coloniality of Power in Contemporary Dance.”Through the Tulgey WoodDecember 2017

Curator & Moderator: The Ethics of Fusion and Collective Cultural Memory in the Age of the InternetNovember 2017

Emcee: LandMarks Artist Reception. Indian Summer Festival. July 2017

TA: FPA 227. History of Dance from the 20th Century to the Present. January-April 2017

Guest Speaker: “Art, Politics, and the Social.” FPA 389 Dialogues in Social Justice and Community Engagement with Am Johal. March 2017

Guest Speaker: “Women Composers.” FPA 140 Music Since 1900 with Arne Eigenfeldt. December 2016

Keynote Presenter: “BodyLove: Dance and Body Image.” Luciterra Dance Society. April 2016

Docent: Hidden Pasts, Digital Futures: A Festival of Immersive Arts. September/October 2015