Chorus & Clouds is your community. This is a space for you and your child to explore, to take part in fun classes and enriching activities, and to make new friends. It’s a space children love to come to, a space where they feel safe and loved.

One tenet of the Reggio Emilia philosophy is that the environment is a child’s third teacher (after parent and teacher). That’s why great care was taken in the creation of this space to make it not only warm and inviting, but also…beautiful! Chorus & Clouds is an inspiring environment that will encourage you and your child to explore together.

The classes offered in this space facilitate natural learning opportunities and spark imagination. The activities offer families new ways to establish strong connections and to interact. A strong emphasis is placed on music as a way to inspire children, to build their confidence, and to open the door to deeper learning experiences.

With the opening of Chorus & Clouds, I hope to be an advocate for change in the way we see this critical period in children’s lives—as a time to encourage and celebrate each child, giving them the time, space and inspiring environment they need to flourish. I hope you’ll join us and see what it’s all about!



I’m an Early Childhood Educator motivated to provide meaningful experiences to the youngest members of our community, to connect with children on their level, to respond to their needs, and to respect their individual nature. I’m dedicated to bringing back what childhood is all about: exploration, guidance, growth and the celebration of small victories. My approach is deeply Reggio Emilia inspired, which stresses the recognition of every child’s strengths and potential and values free and creative expression. Children are encouraged to be active participants in their community.

For over ten years, I’ve been putting these ideals to practice. My passion for working with children, especially through music, has taken many forms, from educational assistant at the Mackay Centre in Montreal, to teacher’s aid in Vancouver, to early childhood educator for UBC Childcare Services. In 2013, I received my Early Childhood Education diploma from Langara College. 






I'm very excited and honoured to be joining the team at Chorus and Clouds. I visited first with my own daughter and fell in love with the space, the community, and the freedom and empowerment children and their caregivers feel here. I am a firm believer that the youngest of children are capable of making meaningful connections in this world and that their learning and curiosity knows no bounds.  I'm passionate about inviting children to be the leaders in their own explorations and about listening to the ideas and observations that emerge from genuine play.

Having grown up on a small farm just outside of Squamish, my love of the outdoors, animals, and growing things runs deep. I have had the privilege to be a part of many childrens' learning experiences, first as an auntie, then a nanny, teacher's aide, ECE, teacher, and now as a mama. I'm looking forward to meeting all of you and hearing all your stories. 




My vision is to provide opportunities for students to be creative, collaborative and pursue their interests while building the strong foundational skills that will allow them to develop their abilities and successfully express themselves.

With over 25 years of experience teaching music and art, from preschool to post-secondary, I am able to draw on a wide variety of experience for each project or class. I have taught at several community centres and schools in Vancouver and enjoy facilitating classes that encourage experiencing the arts as a form of personal expression. These activities give children additional tools to further their social-emotional development, problem-solving abilities and self-confidence.

In additional to teaching, I am the mother of two wonderful teenage girls who are delighting me with the people they are becoming! I love being outside, whether at the beach or snowshoeing and volunteer rescuing and rehabilitating marine mammals.