Happu Sad Expression Woman


& Art Director

Born and raised in Calgary, I am an emerging artist who recently graduated with a Bachelor of Design, majoring in photography, at the Alberta University of the Arts (formerly ACAD). In recent years, through my interaction with a broader world – one connected through the internet – my interests and artistic practice have begun to include feminism and gender politics. Photography is my way of exploring themes of beauty, societal standards, feminism, and inner conflicts. I enjoy using vibrant aesthetics and comedy as a method of expressing myself in my work. My practice involves story-telling, set building, photography, and photoshop. My goal as an artist is to bring a little laughter into the world while also confronting social issues and my personal hardships.

I am also the creator and director of UNABASHED Art & Style Magazine; a magazine with a focus on local artists, challenging societal standards of beauty, and being true to one’s self.  


"Sour Face"

The Creig Gallery, 2019​

"The Female Lens"

Christine Klassen Gallery, 2019

"Emerging Artist Showcase"

Exposure Festival HQ, Calgary, 2019

"Blindspot: Seeking Place"

AUArts, Exposure Photography Festival, 2019

"Would You Say That To Your Mother?"

The Creig Gallery, 2018


BlindSpot, AUArts, 2018


Herringer Kiss Gallery, 2018

“Consciousness & Mortality”

 Deville Coffee 2 St. Calgary, 2017-2018

“Bodies in Colour”

The Creig Gallery, 2017-2018

“Return to Earth”

The Creig Gallery,  2017

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Haley Eyre: New and Bonkers by Ali Penko

Female Photographers Bring New Views Into Focus by Eric Volmers

Exposure focuses on female photographers with new group exhibit by Eric Volmers

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RBC Emerging Visual Artist Program

Arts Commons, Calgary, 2020-2021

PhotoEd Magazine Presents... A Photo Inspiration Pecha Kucha Night, Calgary, 2020

Live Interview with Global Calgary, Exposure Photo Festival & PhotoEd Pecha Kucha February 2, 2020

Hear/d Residency, Alberta University of the Arts, 2019