Thanks for visiting my little corner of the internet! I started this blog in 2012 as a way to reconnect with my creativity after business school (where I was, unfortunately, not all that creative). It’s taken on many forms over the years, but mostly it’s been a place to talk about what I’m making, to explore my family’s creative history, and to share my photo journals.
More recently I’ve started a newsletter to share what I’m learning personally and professionally as a self-employed creative (you can sign up for that here!).
Speaking of being self-employed, I’m a marketing communications consultant and freelance writer here in Toronto, Canada. I’m also the founder of Craft Uncommon, a platform dedicated to celebrating makers who are uncommonly good at their craft.
If you have any questions or are looking to get in touch, you can connect with me here.