|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
After the war she met and married Bill Roozeboom (nee Hendrik Willem Bakhuys-Roozeboom). She became interested in film-making in the late 1940s, and was involved in the production of a number of movies, such as City of Rivers, "Most Lovely Country": British Columbia, Nature's Miracle, Road of the Caribou. She and her husband filmed and produced the 1958 film about the blasting of Ripple Rock in Seymour Narrows, the largest non-nuclear explosion in history. She did animations for the 1964 film by City of Vancouver and CMHC titled "To Build a Better City" which was also produced by her husband Bill.
She co-authored books titled The Camera and the Brush and Through My Viewfinder.
In 1981 she and her husband were living in White Rock.
|1948 Sept. 18 - Oct. 10||VAG B.C. Artists 17th Annual||Arbutus Trees, Hornby Island|
|Fir Trees, Hornby Island|
Canadian Educational, Sponsored & Industrial Film Project.