I’m sabrina & i’m an artist.

In January 2016, I left my home in Newfoundland, Canada and moved to South Korea.

Asia has had my heart ever since.

I write about the trials and tribulations leading up to that move, and about the emotional changes and challenges that come from living here.

I believe there’s freedom in vulnerability.

That belief means I often write about my feelings. And I think if everyone could speak a little bit more openly and honestly about our experiences here, we’d all be better off.

Visually, I draw inspiration from the people around me.

This has brought to life a series of Vietnamese portraits, completed since moving here in 2017.

My hope is that they tell a story about this country, but even more importantly, they show that no matter where we are, we are all the same.



Human Nature

South Korea, 2017


Dealing With Loneliness Abroad

Verge Magazine, 2018

Three Lessons that Travel Taught Me

My Home Vitality, 2017

Fisherman’s Daughter

The Union Forum, 2015

Interview with Tint of Ink

Tint of Ink, 2019