This summer, Theresa Duong (jewellery aficionado, my partner in crime, succulent sister, fellow self-proclaimed “Grandma”) and I decided to turn our shared obsession with succulents and books into something creative and productive. Our collection of plants lining our bedroom [...]
It looks like my plants are also starting to miss the abundance of daylight as days are becoming shorter, darker, and colder. Many of my succulents start out as compact rosettes, but slowly stretch [...]
Here is a little snippet of an illustration done for Cabin Journal‘s promotional zine (debuting at Canzine Toronto 2014)! This piece will be alongside the work of twelve talented artists and illustrators. I’m very excited to see everything [...]
This is a little snapshot of some of my succulent babies back in November of last year. Although these guys are typically slow growers, the scenery inside my window has changed quite dramatically since!
Last week, I got my hands on the latest issue of Rivet, an OCADu Student Press publication that showcases the work of OCAD University’s students and alumni. As you can see, the illustrations do not have their normal [...]
Autumn has to be my favourite season, not because of my love/hate relationship with the start of school – but because it is the season of sipping hot apple cider to warm cold fingers, colour-changing [...]
Angelina Jolie, now an Academy Award-winning actress and humanitarian, conquered childhood bullying, depression, substance abuse, among many other traumatic experiences that allowed her to eventually portray an extremely diverse range of roles and inspired her [...]
Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, witnessed great adversity in Tibet while he was forced into exile from his homeland. As a result of this, he was able to bring Buddhist teachings to the West and [...]