Christine, a Canadian design student at OCAD University in Toronto, Ontario, is working on a degree in illustration with a minor in Digital & Media Studies. Her goal is to become a freelance illustrator and/or concept and character artist for a video game or entertainment company. Christine has a passion for developing and iterating upon creative ideas, especially those which are challenging and unique. In her spare time, Christine is a competitive curler. She loves to play video and board games and read whenever she can.
Instagram: @c.tinfoil


Kendra is a dance artist and writer based in Toronto.  She holds an MA in creative writing from the University of New Brunswick and her work has appeared in ‘The Fiddlehead’, ‘Contemporary Verse 2 (CV2)’, ‘The Dalhousie Review’, ‘The Dance Current’ and ‘carte blanche’.


Kenda is the founder and creative director of Kiwibcreative, a web design company based in Oakville, Ontario. Kenda began as an Art Director in the Canadian publishing industry and created her own company once the world of digital design opened up. For the past 20 years, Kiwibcreative has worked with countless clients throughout North America, helping them create unforgettable visual brands and captivating marketing materials. Kenda and her team of creative professionals work to bring the client’s vision from concept development to the final product.  Instagram: @kiwibcreative


Michael Sniderman is an associate at Hall Webber LLP, recognised as one of Canada’s top boutique law firms practising in the areas of entertainment, corporate, intellectual property and information technology law. Michael represents clients ranging from film and television producers to musicians, screenwriters, performers, authors, and visual artists. He is currently the Vice Chair and Chief Legal Officer on the Board of Directors for SuiteLife Arts for Youth, a non-profit organisation that provides arts education and programs for Toronto’s youth.


Benjamin is a game designer and developer currently studying game design at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario. From the serious, politically charged game Recalculating… to the interactive adaptation of Amy Leask’s award winning kids book Zoom In, Zoom Out, Ben has experience working on a diverse range of narrative projects. As the critical first reader and content consultant throughout the creation of THE GIRL ON HARLOW STREET, Benjamin brings his mind for design and his passion for storytelling to the project.


Tanya Smith is an award winning photographer specialising in portraits for women. She is all about self-love, not self-sabotage and offers magazine style portraits for everyday women.