Sheridan's love for animals and nature began at a very young age. Her childhood included hiking with her father in Saint-Donat, Lanaudière, Quebec identifying animal tracks in the snow and watching documentaries religiously. Her artistic eye developed when drawing and painting with her mother, and evolved into photography.
Photography became her way to express her creativity and beliefs to others that were sometimes hard to explain with words.
In 2014, Sheridan began photographing wildlife in the Zoo Ecomusem. This experience taught her the importance of wildlife education for the younger generation.
Her conservation work is inspired by the purpose of wildlife and how their presence on Earth is something we should treasure and protect.
In portraiture, Sheridan aims to be honest.
She conveys her admiration of the world in her landscape photography.
Sheridan is a graduate of Dawson College Professional Photography Program (2017). Today she is continuing her education in university, studying Geography.
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