Multi-instrumentalist, composer and award-winning singer-songwriter Daniel Roy has been contributing to Manitoba’s artistic community for over two decades. His skill and versatility allow him to work across all genres of music, and have made him the first choice for many artists and productions alike. He divides his time between album production, sound design for theatre (Cercle Molière, Prairie Theatre Exchange) and television (UNIS, Manito Média), and driving his kids around.
L’auteur-compositeur et multi-instrumentiste Daniel Roy est un artiste incontournable dans la communauté artistique manitobaine. Son talent et sa versatilité lui permettent de naviguer aisément plusieurs styles musicaux, et font de lui le premier choix pour de nombreux producteurs et artistes collaborateurs. Il partage son temps entre la production d’album, la conception sonore au théâtre (Cercle Molière, Prairie Theatre Exchange) et la télévision (UNIS, Manito Média), sans oublier son rôle de chauffeur pour ses enfants.
Wanda is a costume designer who has been dressing modern dancers since 1989; beginning at the Contemporary Dancers, under the direction of Artistic Director Tedd Robinson. She has also worked with choreographers Freya Olafson, Treasure Waddell, Ruth Cansfield, Rachel Browne, Jolene Bailie and Karen Kuzak. This is Wanda’s second collaboration with Danielle Sturk.
With a multi-faceted and distinct visual style, jaymez has worked in the visual art, dance, theatre and music communities. His video work has appeared in a number of international festivals, theatrical and dance productions and he has performed live video alongside dozens of musicians and artists. He has created lighting, video and sound designs for a wide range of companies and choreographers including Zone41, Theatre Projects Manitoba, Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers, Winnipeg Jewish Theatre, Prairie Theatre Exchange, Ming Hon, Adhere + Deny, Company Link, Out of Line Theatre, Sarasvàti Productions, Moving Target Theatre Company, One Trunk Theatre, Sawdon Dance, Nova Dance Collective, and .6 Ricochet. His work has been seen in a number of cities including Stratford, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, Osnabrück, Germany and Utrecht, Netherlands. He recently premiered his new solo gallery exhibition, an installation / performance calledprägnanz at aceartinc in Winnipeg. jaymez currently sits on the board of Video Pool Media Arts Centre and holds a BFA in Video from the University of Manitoba.
Kayla Jeanson is a filmmaker whose work explores the lines between genres, from documentary to narrative to screendance. She studied film at the University of Manitoba and dance performance at the School of Contemporary Dancers. Kayla’s work has been viewed online, in selection at international film festivals such as Melbourne International Film Festival (Australia), Chicago International Movies and Music Festival (Illinois), and IndieCork (Cork, UK), as well as on CBC, APTN, MTS, and Shaw television.
A graduate of the National Theatre School in Production, Gabriel Levesque has worked behind the camera as Director of Photography for the past 17 years in sports, music videos, television series, documentaries and feature films.