She stepped onto the stage for the first time in 2016 and made an immense impression in the local and national scenes. Her work strives to find beauty in broken by embracing the hard edges. She explores personal traumas, love and her Belizean heritage in her work and uses her particular experiences to shed light on the state of race, gender and class struggles in Canada. Through her work, the audience is invited to share in her catharsis.
She loves her time planning and organizing with the Peterborough Poetry Collective.