storytelling | typography
Follow along as I learn about my French Canadian family history, explore storytelling in its many forms, and discover the joy of typography.
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Unmarked. Uncared for. Discarded. Loved. Missed. Cherished. Gone too soon and for no reason at all except racism and supremacy. How do we as colonizers reconcile this? As someone from a family steeped in Catholicism, my roots created with colonialism, how do I repair the damage my ancestors made and were complicit to? This isn’t… Continue reading 751
I’m writing hangry except I’m not angry. Okay, so I’m just hungry. Anyways, I’m writing. That’s what I said I was going to do. I’ve stared at many blank pages over my lifetime. Some pages were for writing, some were for marketing campaigns, and others for art. The marketing campaign pages don’t stay blank for… Continue reading What should I name my anxiety gremlin?
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Living and working on the unceded Indigenous land belonging to the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the Kwantlen, the Katzie, the Semiahmoo, and the Tsawwassen Nations.