I grew up in various cities across Canada, including Kingston, Sarnia, and Calgary, but I moved back to Ontario for post-secondary schooling. I spent four years at Queen’s University, followed by two years in the UK, where I completed a Master’s of History of Art at the Courtauld Institute. I completed my Ph.D. in Italian Renaissance Art History at Queen’s in 2013, and I have remained in Kingston since.
After graduating, I spent several years teaching at universities, including teaching courses on historical architecture in Italy and France. I then completed a diploma in Office Administration at St. Lawrence College, and worked for the federal government for two years before I joined the Collins Blay team in October 2017. I am thrilled to put my organizational skills to the test in my administrative role, and I enjoy working with my colleagues in a professional, inviting environment.
In my spare time, I enjoy pursuing my passions: cooking, research and publishing, and traipsing around heritage sights in Europe.