Shannon lives and works in Los Angeles, California and received her MFA from Cal State Long Beach (2017). She was born in Mississauga, Ontario and is a proud dual-citizen.
Her photography examines her role as the oldest child in her family of origin (Comfort Zone), the loneliness of working from home (Pink House), and the ephemeral nature of photography through Polaroids (Today).
Shannon's work also challenges the notions of photography and enters a performative space with her newest work, Butter Arc, a five-part performance containing almost no images, exploring ritual, body, and un-fancy food.
Exhibitions include Eastside International, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Collective Arts Incubator, Bergamot Station, and Lexington Art League.