Scott is a freelance artist and art model who has collaborated with a wide variety of institutions and independent clients throughout the GTA region over the past decade.
TravoyintheFlesh is a student, artist, activist, and community worker. "Where there is talent, he is there!”
2Fik is a multidisciplinary artist based in Montreal. His performance, photo and video work revolves around identities, genders and perceptions.
Morgan is a trans artist, activist, and writer who currently lives in Montréal. 2014 Lambda Literary Fellow, 2013 SF MOTHA award winning artist and curator.
Daina is a visual artist and an upcoming photographer currently focused on documentary and street photography.
Mike has been involved in Toronto's music and film industries for over a decade now. Highlights of Mike's career in the arts include working as cast and crew on such cinematic love letters to Toronto as Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) and Take This Waltz (2011).
Coman is a dedicated witness/listener, instigator/convenor and collaborative creator of transformative experiences and relationships. He is interested in finding the paradoxical relationships and evanescent interstices between living and dying, separateness and connection. Through the practice of melding of art and spirituality, Coman strives to forge connections between the personal and metaphysical. In this incarnation, he is honoured to work with and alongside gatherings of change-makers. Through another frame of exchange he hosts conversations about the art of (a)liveness.
2016 marks 30 years in the hairdressing industry for Sunil, with 20 of those years in Toronto. Sunil has done hair for film, television, theater, runway fashion, editorial fashion, ad campaigns,music videos,and performing arts in addition to working in his salon, The Lid Lounge.
Etienne’s work involves dioramas, drag queens, paper flowers and plastic squirrels. When he’s not in front of a computer, you can find him shopping for props at the dollar store.
Originally from a small town in Alberta, Geoffrey moved to Toronto over 20 years ago to pursue his passion for costume and fashion design. Since graduating from Ryerson University he has worked on a variety of film and theater productions, as well as developing his own apparel line for the 'Bear' community.