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Performance & Video Art



An anonymous bureaucrat traipses around the City of Toronto repurposing hostile architecture as their personal playground. Splicing audio of Mayor John Tory’s victory speeches from 2014, 2018, and 2022 municipal election nights, the bleak scenes are juxtaposed with a heavy-handed narrative of progress and inclusion. This is a Crisis is an experimental movement piece offering a critical commentary on navigating procedural obstacles, surveillance and criminalization of poverty, and what cities stand to lose when they leave the most marginalized behind.


This work premiered at the 2023 Black Experimental Film Festival and is an official selection for Pleasure Dome's New Toronto Works 2023. The installation was on display as part of Black Spatiality at Toronto Metropolitan University's Artspace Gallery from July 20-Sept 15, 2023. This is a Crisis is available for rent, purchase and licensing through the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre. For screener requests and other distribution inquiries, please contact

Earlier work

We Are Not Up For Consumption, Artist

Whippersnapper Gallery (2023)

Working Class Lab, Artist

 Dancemakers (2023)

ISO Retrospective, Installation Curator

South Western International Film Festival (2022)

Screen Time, Filmmaker

ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance Company (2021)

Cicada Year, Dancer/Filmmaker

ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance Company (2021)


On Distance, Writer/Performer

With/out Pretend (2020)

On Mothering, Writer/Performer

With/out Pretend (2019)

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