Tabinda Khan is a practising artist, photographer and an emerging arts administrator whose art practice focuses on issues of change and evolution due to immigration and the development of a hybrid being due to the influences of various cultures and circumstances. The idea of change leads to the concept of pure identity of an individual or how an identity is created due to the influence of many factors like culture, race, immigration and education. Then the question becomes: “How is that identity being expressed?” Is the expression of identity bound or restricted or is it free or is it hidden? Through her visual and written works she intends to explore the ties between immigration, culture, emotional struggles and the formation of a multiple identity which in itself is pure. She received her BFA from University of Waterloo in Fine Arts and English Literature & Rhetoric in June 2013. She is currently pursuing her Post- Graduate Certificate in Arts Administration and Cultural Management at Humber College Lakeshore campus.