Why limit yourself to one creative medium when you can have your choice from a world of possibilities? Or at least the world that is within one’s creative brain. Instead of focusing on one artform I have expressed myself in paint, graphite, clay, video, piano playing, poetry, collage, performance, photography… and most recently latin dance!

I feel an immense sense of joy when creating, whether visually or musically. My artist ego is fed through seeing the enjoyment my creations bring to others. With personal projects or commissioned work, from photo realistic drawings, to synthesized soundscapes for film, I find the materials to fit the project, researches historical or contemporary examples to draw inspiration from, and then take off on my own creative, heartfelt, sometimes quirky, journey.


University of British Columbia      BED

Emily Carr College of Art and Design      BFA

Langara College    Fine Arts and Electronic Music Production

Work Experience

Over 17 years as an independent artist and composer. Tiana has had her sculpture placed in Stanley Park, and her paintings sent to places like Japan. Her music was used for a radio talk show and a local cable tv program. She has volunteered for organizations like the Vancouver Art Gallery and the BC Festival of the Arts. She has had 3 solo exhibitions and 22 group exhibitions. Many of her recent project have been collaborations with organizations such as Vancouver Coastal Health and the BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities.

10 years as a secondary Visual Art teacher, as well as subjects such as Music, Literacy, and Social Studies, in the independent and public school systems. 5 years experience as a personal tutor, specializing in English and Math (elementary).

6 years as a picture framer, specializing in textiles, original art, and limited edition print framing.


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