Erin Innes is a writer, activist, and organic farmer. They live in a small rural community on the Pacific coast.
James Ip regards street photography as a natural extension of his training as a journalist and storyteller. His work explores themes of human isolation and interaction, as well as community and belonging. James is a graduate of Ryerson University’s journalism program. He lives and works in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough with his partner.
Kayla Isomura is a Vancouver-based photographer, currently exploring themes of intergenerational trauma and racialized identity. With a background in journalism, her interest in storytelling through multimedia has been deeply influenced by her roots as a fourth-generation Japanese and Chinese Canadian.
Maxine Issiqut Sakuut Angoo
Maxine Issiqut Sakuut Angoo is a proud Inuk woman who grew up in Whale Cove, Nunavut, a small community of 350 people. She was raised by her grandparents, Jack and Makki Angoo. She now lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her two daughters, Melody and Sivui.