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I am a multimedia artist. I create and produce professional-quality content. My mediums are: video, photography, animation, and audio.
I studied Creative Arts and Languages with a focus on Digital Media at CEGEP John Abbott College. I also completed my Bachelors of Arts at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto. My degree was RTA (Radio and Television Arts): Media Production. While in university I also pursued a minor in Professional Communications. I have worked on various Hollywood productions during my studies. My first one was the show "The Next Star" on YTV in 2014. Later that year, I also worked on an episode for CBC's "Market Place". In 2018, I worked at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) for a few days. I worked on set with many Hollywood actors (this was a very exciting experience!). In 2019, I directed and produced an indigenous themed talk show which is being pitched to Canadian broadcasting networks.
I have always love TV shows and movies. Growing up, I did not see any representation of myself in the media. If there was an indigenous character, they were often an outdated stereotype portrayal. I want to change this for future generations. My dream would be to have our own self-sufficient Indigenous Hollywood where we are sharing our stories and breaking stereotypes.
College and University.
2010 - High School Valedictorian, MacLean Memorial School 2010 - Indigenous Role Model Award, Chibougamau Friendship Centre 2016 - Role Model Award, Mistissini Youth Council 2018 - Youth Role Model, H.O.P.E. Foundation 2018 - Frank Hori Award, Ryerson University
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A Cree language podcast that I produce alongside Nick Wapachee has received a lot of media attention. The podcast was featured on: - CBC Indigenous - CBC North - CBC Unreserved - ELEMNT FM (Toronto) - The Ryersonian
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