Friend of the People - An interview with Anwar Carrots
Friend of the people - An interview with Dean Blotto
Friend of the people: An Interview with Samborghini
Our People - Stefanie Noll
A dancer with a new love for choreography.
Showing expression through movement and sharing those feelings with others has given her a drive towards choreography. We talked to Stephanie about the past year, the hardships and the slow times...
Ticket To Dream 2021
Our People - Melissa Miranda
Our People - Jamila Pomeroy
Today we introduce Jamila Pomeroy. Jamila is an internationally-published, award-winning writer/journalist, a director, artist and creative entrepreneur, based in Vancouver, Canada. Outside of writing, Jamila is the founder and creative director of Canada’s first Black-owned print lifestyle magazine, Avocado Toast Post.
As a Kenyan-Canadian writer and filmmaker, Jamila's aim is to help facilitate the taking back of BIPOC narratives and empower minorities and people of varying socio-economic statuses through storytelling. Going hand-in-hand with this, is her strong passion to tell real, raw and authentic narratives, that give characters the ability to live outside of exhausted character archetypes. As a multi-generational hereditary storyteller on both sides of her family, Jamila sees film and editorial as a way to honour and pay homage to her Kenyan, Newfoundlander and Mi’kmaq heritage, while helping to shape a new generation of media.
Our People - Jordan Nicholson
Friend of the People: An Interview with Steven John Irby
We caught up with Steve to talk photography, his community and the direction he's taken his work...
Our People - Zane Coppard
Meet Canadian musician and songwriter Zane Coppard.
Zane has been surrounded by music from an early age, picking up drums when he was 8; sessioning in bands, taking him all over the country and being one half of Smash Boom Pow with his brother. In more recent years, Zane has been working on a solo project and we’re stoked for his new album that comes out on July 30th.