Kirsten Murphy is an independent photojournalist living in Yellowknife, NT, and traveling throughout the Canadian north. She currently works as a digital storyteller with The Dope Experience, an arts-based wellness program for youth focusing on mental health and safer substance use. Kirsten graduated with distinction from the International Center of Photography in New York in 2015. In addition to contract work with Canadian Press, Globe and Mail and Maclean’s, Kirsten is a former CBC reporter and radio producer. Her work has won national journalism awards, including a RTDNA for her syndicated plain language radio show about climate change and Indigenous knowledge. Her online soundscape “Woodchop” is part of a juried sound installation in Ottawa (http://www.audiopostcards.soundecology.ca/).