Since graduating from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design with Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2003, Mé’s focus has been on experimenting with narrative, using a variety of media, and presenting her work under a fistful of psudonymes. Her interests often center around process: inviting real and fictional people to collaborate, engaging in performances that act as narrative research, presenting her work in the context of evolving fictions. Mé's work has been shown in galleries and festivals in Canada, Europe and South America. In 2005, she was a resident at the Canadian Film Centre's Habitat New Media Lab. In the summer of 2006, she was a resident at The Banff Centre, for a thematic residency on Language and Art. Her latest project, Lafin, was recently featured in Toronto's Fuse magazine. She now lives in Montreal where she continues to work on various projects, including running an artist residency program out of her apartment.