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New long term project I’m taking on. In collaboration with my husband, my 5 year old son and the world at large… Ollie is exactly two months old here. Photo taken after a blissful tromp through the forest trails in Deep Cove. A memorable day indeed filled with doughnuts, river water, forest air and my sweet beautiful boys.

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Last weekend I was asked to co-teach the youth city lab with my good friend Laura. Over the course of two days, we explored the Museum of Vancouver, specifically the ReWilding exhibit and lead the students on a long walk around the south shore False Creek where we looked at the intertidal zones and various treatments of the sea wall along the way. We invited students to come up with provocations of their own on how to ReWild a specific site along the seawall.

Quote of the day was when one of the students said – “Ok. I think we just collaborated!”.

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Youth City Lab
March 28 – 29, 2014
Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the Museum of Vancouver

This intensive, invite-only program introduces highly engaged, creative teens to the complex forces affecting our city, tapping into topics of urban design, museum skills, architecture and design.  Working with facilitators from Emily Carr and the MOV, students will go behind-the-scenes at the museum, investigate and develop ideas about city life and visit REWILDING VANCOUVER. A unique opportunity for creative thinking and doing, Youth City Lab culminates with a collaborative project YCL participants will share with friends, family and the public.


I was asked to put together an ad for what turned out to be a very thoughtful talk, reading and discussion with renowned author Arundhati Roy. The evening was presented by my friends at Indian Summer Arts Society.

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