I am a nehiyaw artist from Sweetgrass First Nation, Saskatchewan. My art practice involves a variety of media and addresses a range subject matter from the deeply personal to the political. I share personal thoughts, emotions, and anecdotes with honesty and vulnerability. I share experiences from my family history to confront intergenerational trauma as a result of systemic colonial forces. I express the complications of having the desire to protect the environment while also being complicit in systems that contribute to its destruction. I also engage with current political discourse relating to issues that affect Indigenous peoples.
My material practice includes drawing, beadwork, performance, installation, photography, and video. I am in my final year of the Art Studio program and recently completed an Undergraduate Thesis in which I focused on drawing, resulting in my solo exhibition, askîy iskwew, held last December.