During my 6 weeks residency period at the Banff Centre, I had the chance to capture the incredible sceneries of the rockies with my drone and DSLR camera. Surrounded with these majestic mountains and glacial lakes with distinct turquoise colour made me feel like I am living a real-life post card. I had never felt this vulnerable towards the vastness of the land, but at the same time, protected and grounded while gazing at the mountain peaks. I learned how to be emotionally in sync by nature, with a new appreciation for Canadian landscape.

One of the most incredible sights I had the chance to visit this Fall was the Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh at Bala, Ontario. Visitors had the chance to do a plunge in the water and be surrounded with floating cranberries. Thanks to Johnston's Cranberry team for letting me capture this video with my drone and show the love for these tiny red fruits.

This video is the collection of the places I visited during January 2017 in Iceland. Due to short amount of daylight, I was literally chasing the Sun everyday and intrigued to discover what the Morning has to offer. I will never forget the Golden sunrises that would shine over the snow-covered mountains and the long lasting Sunsets which painted the Land in Blue. I never understood the Light as much as I did in the darkest hours before the dawn in Iceland. I heard the Ocean. The violent, the calm. Ocean is the Mother. Light is Life. The Land is our mirror. I found the rhythm of my soul in the thrusting waves of the Ocean. I found the Secret of Hope in the golden lining of the darkest clouds.
The Land is where I belong.


This footage was taken during my stay at an Artist Residency in Iceland. I had the chance to use my Dji Phantom 4 to see the amazing Icelandic landscapes from above.

This footage was taken during my stay at an Artist Residency in Iceland. I had the chance to use my Dji Phantom 4 to see the amazing Icelandic landscapes from above.

This footage was taken during my stay at an Artist Residency in Iceland. I had the chance to use my Dji Phantom 4 to see the amazing Icelandic landscapes from above.

Summ-a-rizing the beauty of the Summer season in my video shot at Muskoka, Ontario.

This video is shot during the span of 3 months to portray the gradual change in the landscape from Winter to Spring in Ontario, Canada.

Icy Waters and Snow-covered Beach- that's my kinda Beach.

This video is shot during the snowy weekend in Richmond Hill, Ontario.

One of the reasons I became interested in photography during my teenage years is because of these beautiful forests that are very close to my home. I used to skip class, take my camera and wander in the silence of the forest, and listen to the secret of the trees...After more than a decade, there's still so much to be discovered in here.

Music: Brooklyn Rider- Crosstown

Following my own path on a Foggy February Morning.

This experimental video project is based on the concept of "Exhaustion" as in a physical and mental state. The division of this video into two parts refers to the external vs. internal exhaustion, in other words "from/to," which the character is experiencing. In Part I, the use of body as a performative element is carried out by the artist herself to portray a sense of weariness and abeyance by perpetual movement against her surroundings. The display of two paintings of animals suffering and exhausted by being incarcerated, as well as the fish confined in a bowl is compared to the character's exhaustion by a mysterious pain she is suffering from.

The second part of this video consists of more dialogues that are focused on the character's self-doubt and frustration in the understanding of her surroundings. The use of habitual performance and a bit of humour in both scenes with the red umbrella differentiates Part II from the somber atmosphere in the previous part. At the last scene, we witness the character walking towards two black bars in the middle of the screen and stands in between them, feeling trapped and confined, while the nature around her is at ease and unbounded. Although there is no concrete narrative in the story being told and we are exposed to incidental sentences, such as "laugh out loud," we can radicalize the intent of the artist, which is to tell us how it feels to become exhausted and to relegate into exhaustion. 

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