I  am a student, a poet, and a creator of semi-beautiful things. 

In June 2016, I completed my four-year bachelor of arts degree (honours) in English literature and creative writing at the University of Calgary. I am currently an MA Student in English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Calgary. I have been published in literary journals such as QWERTY, Existere, and Untethered. I have work forthcoming in Contemporary Verse 2 and The White Wall Review. My first chapbook, The Night Will Be Long but Beautiful, an excerpt from my honors thesis, was published by
Lofton8th press in August 2016. I served as the 2015-2016 managing editor of the University of Calgary's undergraduate literary journal, NoD magazine. I am a regular contributor to Flurt! Magazine. I was invited to perform at the 2012 Calgary International Spoken Word Festival and regularly read at different literary events around Calgary. An advocate for accessible education, disability rights, eating disorder awareness, death acceptance, and the empowerment of girls and women, my writing focuses on family, travel, ability, gender, body image, and equality.