A selection of recent creative work relating to my thesis research and beyond.
Digital sketchbook – Recent works emerging from daily creative practice.
Master of Arts (Island Studies)
This ongoing creative thesis project examines themes of place in the burgeoning craft beer community on the island of Newfoundland, and explores the question, “what does sense of place look like?”
An ongoing body of work made in a daily research-creation practice, situated on, connected with, or relating to the physical or metaphorical shore.
A series in conversation with the winds of coastal Ktaqmkuk/Newfoundland.
An exploration in the synchronicity of all things, and the ways in which ‘traces’ (Ingold, 2007) can be both additive and reductive.
Engaging traditional quilting techniques through digital media.
“What does islandness mean to you?”
Creative notes and mixed-media video in response to an audience discussion around the meaning of “islandness” and personal stories relating to island experiences.
The future of rural is… creative
Created as a contribution to a compilation titled “The future of rural is…”, curated by University of Guelph PhD Candidate Ashleigh Weeden for the ICRPS2021 Video Contest.
Walk on the Edge
Photo essay for IST6140 ‘Islandness: Culture, Change, and Identity’, MA Island Studies, about the experience of an island beach walk in the height of winter.