In 2016-2017 I was contracted to conduct research into the nature and scope of research activity at the British Columbia Institute of Technolog (BCIT). This research consisted of interviews, surveys, data analysis and writing an executive report summary.
From 2005 to 2012, I was an active member of the(Laura Jamieson Housing Co-operative located in East Vancouver, BC. The main roles I performed were: Board member for 2 years, Coordinator of flooring renovations for 3 years, and Newsletter editorial team for 5 years. I also was one of the main organizers of a neighbourhood block party which involved closing off the street to live music, food and children's games.
This article published in a 2001 issue of Canadian Art is an edited version of my MFA thesis. The essay discusses how video artworks address technology and the variety of effects it has on identity issues within an increasing digital world. I discuss how certain video works examine television not only for the content that it airs but also for its ability to intrude into the everyday lives of its viewers.