In 2010, Taylor Boisjoli's academic career was torn between the realms of science and visual art. Four years later, a senior in SFU’s visual art school with a minor in Biology, her work is inspired by the expansive unity of micro and macroscopic scales of life, with a touch of psychedelia.

A self-taught Tie-Dye artist, Taylor does clothing dying for various labels in Alberta and B.C. and is the owner/operator of .  Her microscopic photography has been featured in HeadstART’s top 100 for B.C’s emerging art students, and has participated in various underground art shows in Vancouver and Edmonton. Taylor works in video, photography, painting, and textiles, and enjoys working collectively.