I am an art historian, popular culture scholar, visual artist, curator, art consultant, editor & writer.

In 2012, I taught my first independent seminar in my living room. Fueled by homemade baking and great discussions, the salon style atmosphere in that Themes in Contemporary Art & Television seminar was magical. After many years of working as an adjunct professor at universities and colleges in the UK, the US, and Canada, I realized that I really enjoy teaching outside of the confines of academia.

I have since gone on to teach many independent seminars in my living room focused on learning and talking about art, interior design, television, film, feminism, and pop culture. I have also created a virtual living room with my live, participatory online seminars and I am currently creating a series of recorded online classes.

I am the editor-in-chief of Luma Quarterly, an online journal about film and media art, with a focus of Western Canada.

I have written a book about supernatural creatures in contemporary art, film and television from 2000 to the present and am currently looking for a publisher. The book is inspired by a seminar that I teach in my living room and online: Vampires to Zombies: The Supernatural in Art, Film & TV .

I am also creating a podcast called Supernatural Creature Feature. Each episode will focus on a supernatural creature in 21st century film or TV episode in relation to a contemporary artwork with interviews with actors, directors, writers, visual artists, academics, set designers, and costume designers.

I created kh1 art consulting to teach independent seminars; help clients buy art for their homes, offices, and businesses; offer interior design services; and provide writing and research services for artists.

I have taught courses about third nine different topics. My artwork has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Canada, the US, and the UK.
Check out my CV to the upper right!

I received my PhD in the History of Art from University College London in 2007. I  also hold an MA in Art History from University of Western Ontario; a BFA from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design; a BA from McGill University; and a Diploma of Interior Design from the Interior Design Institute.


“Telling Women’s Stories: A Spotlight on NFB Animation.” Luma Quarterly, Fall 2020

“Editor’s Note: Finding Joy in Adversity.” Luma Quarterly, Fall 2020

“Finding Joy.” FAVA TV Fourfold: A Thematic Curatorial, Edmonton: FAVA, August 20, 2020

“Calling All Queers: A Spotlight on NFB Animation.”Luma Quarterly, Summer 2020

“Editor’s Note: Art During the Pandemic.” Luma Quarterly, Summer 2020

“Editor’s Note: The View from Here.” Luma Quarterly, Spring 2020

“Explorations of Place.” FAVA TV Fourfold: A Thematic Curatorial, Edmonton: FAVA, April 27, 2020

“Bisexuality and The Adolescence of Utena.” On LGBTQ2S+ Animation. Calgary: Quickdraw Animation Society, 2020, p.57-66

“Intimacy and Distance: Mona Hatoum at the Western Front.” Luma Quarterly, Winter 2020

“Editor’s Note: The Power of Discomfort.” Luma Quarterly, Winter 2020

“Editor’s Note.” Luma Quarterly, Summer 2019

“How Real Do You Want Me to Be?: Kate Craig’s Delicate Issue”, Luma Quarterly, Spring 2019

“Editor’s Note: Object/Subject/Person.” Luma Quarterly, Spring, 2019

“Editor’s Note: Who Gets to Tell the Story?” Luma Quarterly, Winter, 2019

“B.G. Osborne’s A Thousand Cuts: Misconceptions of Trans People in Popular Culture.” Luma Quarterly, Fall, 2018

“Editor’s Note.” Luma Quarterly, Fall, 2018

Prairie Tales: A History. Calgary: Alberta Media Arts Alliance, 2017

“Two Photographs.” exh. cat. Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture, May 26, 2016

“More than aliens and spaceships: 10 science fiction gems that will get you thinking.” New Trail, April 22, 2016

“Getting to Know Zombies.” Hyperallergic, Oct. 31, 2014

“Women and Cosplay on Reality TV: Heroes of Cosplay.” Sequential Tart, Aug. 18, 2014

“Spotlight on Calgary Expo: From Zombies to Aliens.” Sequential Tart, June 2, 2014

Monica S. Kuebler, “Online Seminars Cater to Monster Lovers Worldwide.” Rue Morgue: Horror in Culture & Entertainment. Issue 142, March 2014, p. 8

“Guest Post: How to Survive the Apocalypse: Is Extreme Physical Fitness THE Answer?” Feminist Figure Girl, Dec. 2012

“Forays into Performance Art: Sitting with Maria Abramovic.” Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies, Feb. 2011


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