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from 2021 ongoing, I have my slow batch, small brew parfum PPLS Perfume available. They are available as 5ml, 10ml and 30ml sizes, as oil-based roll ons (5ml + 10ml) or as alcohol based atomizers (30ml). They are genderfluid and use a mix of natural and synthetic ingredients. I sell them through my studio in Rotterdam, pick up only. I sell them occasionally at arts events and open studios too.


Over in 'Canada' they are availble to the Unit 17 webstore (under construction).


Email for pricing inquiries or DM @pplsperfume, I also make customs, they take 3 months to macerate (age)! Thank you for your patience!


from 2021 ongoing SCENT BAR is about sensory sociality, curiosity, learning and not-knowing. It is a guided writing/smelling workshop, presentation and gathering space. It takes place at a table with scent family charts, writing worksheet prompts and my collection of olfactory materials which I have collected over the years while I was establishing PPLS Perfume. I encourage participants to think about scent as fugitive imagery as we freely write and smell.


Participants in small groups of 2-5 ish share and reflect and I also share research on colonial trade routes of olfactory materials and spiritual practices— an ongoing dedication to the animacy of plant/animal matter across time and space.

You can read about how SCENT BAR, PPLS Perfume and smell in general weaves in and out of other aspects of my creative practice in Espace art actuel #135 – Odours/Odeurs, it's in French!

Image of Scent Bar in process below, photo courtesy of Steven Maybury



-from 2015-21, beginning with a group of dear friends until I moved, I helped to begin and organize Duplexa studio spaces and a project space on the unceded and occupied territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm, Skwxwú7mesh and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh Nations (colonially known as Vancouver, Canada)



Artspeak Radio Digest

-in 2018 I was invited to be involved in Artspeak Radio Digest, a three month long program, run in partnership with Vancouver Co-op Radio a community radio station based in the Downtown Eastside since 1973. Taking the form of an audio journal, ARD was an expanded approach to the Artspeak's publishing program. Each show was conceived as an issue of an audio journal. I did this in collaboration with Emma Metcalfe Hurst, Bopha Chhay, Autumn Schnel, Brady Cranfield and Erik Hood

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