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I'm taking a month off and hitting the road! 🚘

Since May of 2021, when my first TikTok went viral, I have been working my little behind off to create as much trans voice content as I possibly can. Now that spring is in the air, I can feel springtime wanderlust creeping up. I'm distracted, I'm not motivated to make content, and I very clearly ...

Listen to my interview on the Kajabi Edge Podcast

Hi friends! If you have had the experience of taking either my Trans Vocal Exploration e-course or Learn to Teach Trans Voice Alteration in 5 Weeks, then you probably know how great of a service Kajabi is. Kajabi is where I host my website and my e-courses, and I chose it because of how user-fri...

Coming out as ten identities??

Today is National Coming Out Day! I had to share this Keith Haring illustration for the first National Coming Out Day in 1988 because I relate so hard to this little yellow dude just wigglin' their way out of the closet. I've come out as bisexual, queer, asexual, bi again, as a demigirl, nonbina...

National AccessAbility Week: Artistic Showcase - Art as Protest

I worked for DAWN Canada for three years as their communications officer. My time there is one of the primary reasons that disability rights are so close to my heart. I left six months ago so I was thrilled when they asked me to be a part of this year's National AccessAbility Week artistic ...

FACTOR 101: Info Session for Women & Gender Minorities

A year ago, I received my very first FACTOR grant - a humble $2000 for the marketing of my music. With that grant, I created the music video for my song Addicted and finally released my fourth album, Beautiful Alchemy (which is the soundtrack to Teagan Lance's film of the same name). Becau...

Disability, arts practice, and COVID-19 in Quebec

When Quebec's English Language Arts Network posted their job posting looking for someone to write an article on disability, arts practice, and COVID-19 in Quebec, several people in my community sent me the posting telling me that I seemed perfect for the job. I don't consider myself a freel...