I'm a settler Canadian of Polish descent, based on the stolen and occupied lands of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh nations (colonially known as Vancouver). My work spans performance creation, dramaturgy, and education, as well as mental health peer support and advocacy. My practice is informed by my lived experience of madness.
I've collaborated with Rumble Theatre, Art with Impact, Rice & Beans Theatre, Boca del Lupo, Gallery Gachet, Playwrights Theatre Centre, The Cultch, the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House, Theatre Conspiracy, Neworld Theatre, the Magnetic North Festival, Gateway Theatre, and South Asian Arts Society, among others. I'm the recipient of a Playwrights Theatre Centre Associates residency and a National Theatre School Art Apart award, as well as a winner of Tarragon Theatre's 20/20 Playwriting Competition. I'm part of Subjects of History Collective (with Laura June Albert, mia susan amir, and Alexa Mardon) and recently joined Neurotales, a writing group for mad and neurodivergent artists.