I have a BA in Biblical and Theological Studies and an MA in Systematic Theology from Providence Universty College and Theological Seminary. I have published on Christian theology and ethics in Didaskalia, Earth and Altar, the Messenger, and the Rupert's Land News. My work centres around themes of christian worship, place, land, friendship and ecology. I am currently working on a PhD in Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham on Christian Theologies of Place with a particular emphasis on decolonial thought based around the case study of Ste. Madeleine's Metis Settlement. I am the former director of the non-profit organization, CHAI Immigrant Centre and am currently serve the Diocese of Rupert's Land as a lay-minister and postulant for ordination.