Telling Giselle is a fierce yet elegant retelling of the classic ballet Giselle. This piece will inspire those that know and adore the original and it will move those that are meeting the tale for the first time. This show is the culmination of Patricia Allison's research at York University and acts as the … Continue reading TELLING GISELLE
I wrote an article for Intermission Magazine about my recent MS diagnosis. It was hard to put into words all the thoughts and feelings, but I'm please with how it turned out. Read Here: https://www.intermissionmagazine.ca/artist-perspective/ms-wont-stop-me-from-dancing/
I’m looking to expand my teaching base and pull the creative community together a wee bit more for some creative exploration. AND I’d love for you to be there! I’ll be hosting 12 weeks of Creative Fun Time sessions- Meditation, Writing Prompts, Coloring, Exploration and Movement etc. The sessions will be held on Monday and … Continue reading Creative Fun Time – The Info
Day #1: Writing Prompt "I create in my living room because..." I create in my living room because resources are tight. Because its impossible to get studio time and no one works for free. I create in my living room because I love home. I love being home and I know it’s a safe place. … Continue reading The Living Room Series.
To every co-worker and manager who understands the last minute shift changes and coverage. To every volunteer for a festival or show. To every bank manager and accountant who talks to me like I'm a human and doesn't just tell me to get a real job. To every Friend who has shown up to be … Continue reading Gratitude: You make it possible.
I hope this feeling lasts. I have a warm feeling in my chest and its growing. Since the closing of IMissYou, I’ve received a wonderful inpouring of posts, texts, messages and emails that go beyond the regular “you did a thing! Congrats!". They speak of truth and honesty and conversations with loved ones, either sparked … Continue reading IMissYou – I Hope This Feeling Lasts
As I sit here, currently on a train, I can’t help but reflect on a question that one of my friends asked me a few weeks ago- “What’s it like inside your brain?”. I was taken aback when asked. I suppose this is what the focus of my year has been. The short answer to … Continue reading The Inside Of My Brain: How to get out of my own way to find calm