Una-Ann is a Tahltan/Tlingit Artist from northern British Columbia, born in Prince Rupert, BC. Una-Ann has worked as a Cultural Presenter and an Aboriginal Support Worker in the Langley School District for the past 25 years. Una-Ann was a member of the Fort Langley Artist Group for seven years, participating in shows and presentations. Una-Ann participated in the “Pulling Together” and “Tribal Canoe Journeys”,for seven years. Una-Ann is a member of M’Girl an Aboriginal Women’s Ensemble, based out of Vancouver. Una-Ann has established herself as an Artist and Designer. Incorporating her traditional designs with a contemporary flair she works in various mediums including; acrylics, pen & ink,textiles, leather, metal and cedar. Una-Ann enjoys sharing her knowledge of Indigenous Culture and Westcoast Art Designs with others. Residing on Coast Salish Territory, Una-Ann has been involved with the Traditional ways of the Sto:lo and Coast Salish people. She has learnt how to carve cedar, weave wool and cedar, as well as drum and sing traditional songs.