In 2016 and 2017 I qualified for Ryerson University's spoken word poetry team and travelled to Austin and Chicago to compete at the College University Poetry Slam Invitational held by the Association of College Unions International. 

I have been published in (re)Rites of Passage: Asian Canada in Motion through Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival, and Poetry is our Second Language through the Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts & Culture. Under a pseudonym I have been published in Kids Spy Review and MICRO//MACRO
Education and Mentorship:
Ryerson's Poetic Exchange CUPSI Team, coached by Cassandra Myers and Lishai Peel (2016-2017)
Poetry is Our Second Language led by Patrick De Belen (2015-2016)
Poetry Remixed: Speakout Poetry led by Lishai Peel (2015)
True Lies: A Writing and Reading Club led by Emily Pohl-Weary (2015)
RISE/Scarborough Arts Poetry led by Randell Adjei and Faduma Mohammed (2014)​​​​​​​
Panic in the Labrinyth
Panic in the Labyrinth is a series of performances that transgresses the traditional poetry reading. Drawing its title from an Adrienne Rich poem and conceptualized by multidisciplinary artist Annie Wong, the series imagines an outdoor stage for performative poetics to unfold, where the act of women speaking aloud and the experience of listening to women are politicized gestures of asserting and affirming presence and holding space.
“A Choir of Demands and Desires On Repeat” is an ad hoc choir recalling, reminding, and repeating the demands made by non-binary, trans women, cis women, and feminist movements across geography and history, while “We’re Winning So No Comment” is a reading of misogynist social media comments interrupted by award speeches of inspiring women.
“A Choir of Demands and Desires On Repeat” and “We’re Winning So No Comment” is created in collaboration with and performed by Faith Arkorful, Fiona Raye Clarke, Hanan Hazime, Angela Sun, and Rea Sweets.

I have performed with the choir for Durham Art Gallery, Studio XX, Gardiner Museum, Soundstreams Canada, What's Your Story? East Toronto, and Sheridan College.