Leah’s current work explores the relationships between people, myth and legend and the landscapes that storytellers live within.

2018 saw a further convergence of literary and visual arts for her, and the result was a six week long stint with the Surrey Glow Arts Collective at Crescent Beach Pop-up Gallery.   That event can be checked out here on the Surrey Glow website.  Several small events were delivered there on literary arts topics such as Writing Remembrance, Writing the Hygge, and a writer’s shop talk session about the delights of horror, ghost stories and other hair-raising things on All Hallows Eve.

Project work for that longer event included select pieces from all of her series, and a set of signed, limited edition chapbooks which include poetry, photography and digital images in miniature collections.   Only 5 volumes of each chapbook have been produced.   A few of each remain:  if you’re interested in collecting a set or a pair, please contact us, and we’ll be delighted to get them to you.

Older works remain on view in the videos below:


Myths & Legends Series
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Limited Edition Prints
available on request via email.


Video Poem – Gnosticism, 2016
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Limited Edition Prints or Broadsheets
available on request via email.


Winter in the Rain Forest
Photo & Haiku Exhibit of 2014,

DVD/Chapbook SOLD OUT;
Limited Edition Prints
available on request via email.

Her Winter in the Rain Forest project, completed in collaboration with other literary, vocal and musical artists, documents both a season in the coastal wetland forests of British Columbia and progression from the depths of a major clinical depression to the dawn of a more hopeful, energetic state of existence as the depression eases, allowing the victim glimpses of sunlight and the burgeoning life outside the shadows.