I have always said I want to be an inventor, and now I am. A childhood spent playing with circuitry, computer programming, and decoding human nature while imagining possible futures for humanity has set me up for a career in Interaction Design. I am a systems thinker who designs platforms where online communities can generate value for other members; through the knowledge they share, and the connections they develop. I am currently working on developing Waniskâw, a digital art and coding platform for Indigenous high schoolers, which started as my grad project at Emily Carr University.
I am an uninvited Cree guest on the unseeded territories of the W̱sáneć, Lekwungen/Songhees, and Coast Salish peoples in so-called "Victoria". The future of technology and our economy is indigenomics.