Welcome to my carefully curated independent escort profile: a landing page for the erotically curious mind, where you can learn a little bit more about the woman who makes the companion. A student of life and passionate creature, I love to learn, in every way, shape and form. As a happily retired academic, I am a sensuous, enthusiastic independent escort and companion for the modern gentleman and the adventurous couple. Think of me as your empathetic lover with a flair for the unique, and an undeniable wild side brimming with passion. One thing’s for sure: you’ll never guess the thoughts that lie behind my eyes. A work of art that invites you to explore, and discover that which you crave.

While it can be difficult to summerize one’s complex persona into a mere selection of statistics, the following descriptors paint a portrait of the independent escort and companion that you can expect to welcome you during our first encounter. As an evolving creature, the below might change as my style evolves.


Sex: Female

Education: University Educated, high distinction. Continuing education in art and design, to indulge the creative spirit in me!

Sexual Preference: Bisexual (fence-sitters unite!)

Age: Guess

Background: Canadienne, European Heritage

Weight: 110 lb

Height: 5’6″

Body type: swimmer’s/runner’s build. Long, lean legs; slim torso; soft natural breasts

Measurements: 32D-26-35

Eyes: Light Blue/Green (yellow centre, dark rims)

Hair: strawberry, shoulder-length

Skin: Luminescent Ivory

Piercings/tattoos: a few tattoos (one small shamrock and carefully chosen scripture)

Surgery? No, completely natural

Grooming: Bermuda triangle (like a landing strip, but triangle). Perfect for those who love vintage-light!

Shoe size: 8-8.5

Dress size: small (4 in American sizing)

Languages: English and French (fluently bilingual)

Favorite color: Emerald Green

Escort Style: Independent Toronto Independent Escort + Companion

Likes: Ambition, cleverness, generosity, maturity, good hygiene, gifts, playfulness.

Favorite quote: “Our main business is not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at hand.” (Thomas Carlyle)