I completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at NSCAD University and a Certificate of Computer Animation at Sheridan College. I now work at Guru Studio in Toronto as a surfacing artist on television shows, including BBC’s BAFTA-nominated cartoon Dinopaws. In December 2014 I crowd-funded the publication of my first graphic novel, Chirault, and illustrated an entry in the Toronto Comics Anthology. I’m an incorrigible cat person, and a brush-pen and marker enthusiast.
Stefanie completed her degree in fashion design at Ryerson University, while taking time to study couture techniques abroad in Paris. She spent two years as a Design Assistant at Greta Constantine, and completed interships with couturiere Christine Phung in Paris, and as an embroidery and print design specialist at Phillip Lim. Her illustration work has been featured in publications such as The Walrus, Fashion Magazine, Alphabet City, and Quill&Quire. She loves vintage botanical books, all white outfits, black ink drawings, strong coffee, Japanese wood block prints, and dogs.
Benjamin Kamino is an artist living and working between Montreal and Toronto. His work has been shown in Austria, Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the United States. Through the embodiment of cultural, critical, and philosophical theory, his work is a continuous research into performance as a site where ethical positions can be put into question.
Aside from making choreography, Kamino maintains his practice as a dancer by engaging in contracts with Independent choreographers as well as Dance companies most notably, Peggy Baker Dance Projects, Ame Henderson, Michael Trent, Sasha Kleinplatz and Virgil Baruchal.
Kamino holds a BFA in Dance for the Tisch school for the Arts (NYU), and is currently a curator at Dancemakers Centre for Creation (Toronto).