Bryhanna holds a degree in English Literature from Concordia University, and an Honours degree in Theatre from Dalhousie University, where she specialized in Costume Studies. From 2006 to 2013, she co-founded and published The Scope magazine, an alternatively newsweekly dedicated to local arts, culture and urban issues in St. John’s Metro Area. She has dabbled in theatre and film, and in 2015 took on a Program Director role with Business and Arts NL, an organization focused on fostering alliances between the arts and collaborators in the private, public, and social sectors.
Bryhanna's current work focuses on exploring the contexts of closure and adaptive reuse of worship spaces in Atlantic Canada.
Supervised by Nicholas Lynch.