About

I’m Canadian and British, of half-Japanese, half-British descent. I was born and raised in British Columbia, Canada, have proudly called the UK home for over a decade, though, in that time, have also enjoyed living for short stints in Qatar and Singapore.

I am a FIAP award-winning photographer and have been honoured to work for a variety of interesting clients including The Aga Khan Development Network and The Emir of Qatar, as well as have my photos published by well-known publications including Time Out and Vanity Fair.

Unfortunately, due to problems with my health, I am not currently well enough to work, but I am blessed to have a wonderful husband who is happy for me to focus on being as well as possible, using the energy I have to enjoy life, which includes spending my time exploring the arts and crafts that I love. On this website, I plan to share some of those with you.

Though this site has existed since 2010, I expect this version will become more varied than ever it was in all its past incarnations. When I was working, I obviously chose to focus the site mostly on photography, but those who know me, know that—from studying voice for the majority of my childhood, to an Associate of Arts in Psychology and Music, to graduating from Dubrulle culinary school—I also have a background in many other arts and the list of those I’m interested in is ever-expanding! Hoping that, as changed and eclectic as this website may be, you’ll find something here to make you smile!

Wishing you all the best,

Mx