top of page


Determined to become Nicole Kidman, I found my own agent at the age of 10. I skipped real school to attend fake school as Matthew Perry’s on-screen student and got torn to shreds by zombies in a cult horror film. Most agree that my magnum opus is this Ring Pops commercial.

By my late teens, I turned my back on the film industry. I grew wary of the roles I auditioned for, which were either ‘ambiguously ethnic side-kick’ or 'inhumanely hot CW girl'. I tried my hand at academia, pursuing a Master’s in Information Systems & Design. Upon graduation, I was hired as a business consultant and UX Designer at a Big 4 firm where I rubbed shoulders with Bay Street big wigs and drank $15 cold pressed juice.

Expensive juice couldn’t fill the void that film left behind. In 2018, I co-founded Peach Boy Corp. - a Canadian media production company. Today, as an independent filmmaker, I tell stories about characters I would have loved to audition for. Stories that not only give space for underrepresented voices, but actively amplifies them.

I am currently working for Independent Edge Films in Business Affairs for Carly Stone's second feature, North of Normal and Avan Jogia's directorial debut, Door Mouse.

See my CV here.

bottom of page