Research and experimentation are the source of her creations. Driven by the desire to contribute to the field of contemporary jewellery, but also to transform and change it, her artistic statement is based on the research of emotions through form and color. Self-taught and trained by her artist parents, she graduated from the Jewellery School of Montreal, in 2013. Throughout her young career, her innovative work has been distinguished through several prizes, awards and distinctions. She won the Prix François-Houdé in 2017 and was finalist at the Niche Student Awards (2013) and the Arts and Crafts Awards (2014). In 2016 and 2017, her work was exhibit in prestigious exhibitions such as SOFA Chicago (USA), Parcours Bijoux (France), The Canadian craft biennial (Canada) as well as in Spain, Greece and Romania.
In her studio, Magali plays with unexpected materials in jewellery such as polyurethane and vinyl. To escape the real world, she creates attractive, intriguing and playful colourful pieces.