I am a Brazilian-Canadian artist-educator dedicated to bridging literary and performing arts with social and environmental sustainability. As an artist-in-residence at Sierra Club BC, I am working to enhance their education programs through the arts. In recent years, I have created writing programs and taught speech and drama at the Bolton Academy of Spoken Arts in Vancouver, taught theatre and directed productions across a number of Montreal stages, and currently lead creative writing and spoken word workshops with youth at DAREarts. When I'm not teaching, I enjoy exploring my own writing. In 2019, I was a writer-in-residence at the Gullkistan Centre for Creativity in Iceland, where I developed poetry on environmental degradation. I later performed my poetry at the 2019 Vancouver Outsider Art Festival. Selected as a 2019 BC Culture Days Ambassador, I also shared my work through a community-engaged art installation, A Poetic Landscape. With a BFA from Concordia University and as a current UBC MEd student, focusing on Education for Sustainability, I am curious about the intersections between the arts, education, and environmental sustainability.

 
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WRITING CONTRIBUTIONS

Need someone to write compelling content for you or your organization? Let me assist with writing articles, blog posts, editing materials, and more.

PAGE TO STAGE WORKSHOPS

Whether you're looking for assistance personally or organizationally, I am here to help you develop your story from first draft to final outcome - written or spoken.

COMMUNITY EVENT CURATION

Do you or your organization have a story that your community needs to connect with? I am committed to highlighting local stories through literary and performing arts approaches - from park installations to sidewalk pop-up events.

 
 
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FUTURES/FORWARD

Artistic Partnership

As an artist-in-residence at Sierra Club BC, I am working with the the International Centre of Art for Social Change (ICASC) and Judith Marcuse Projects (JMP) to enhance environmental education programs through arts-based approaches.

 

CONTACT

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