Robyn is a graduate of Emily Carr University with a BFA and currently works in media and film production in Vancouver. She has exhibited her illustrations at numerous art shows and made it to the global finals of Map The System with her motion graphics work with PeriodUBC, a menstrual rights charity based in Vancouver.She is also the founder of “ECUCleanup”, an environmental advocacy group at Emily Carr.
Ryan Wong is a kinesiology diploma graduate with a passion for filmmaking and helping others, Ryan is looking forward to applying to nursing school in the spring. Ryan is passionate to support female led projects such as Dear Tilly. Ryan is an active participant in sports and sport events and has championed “Climb The Wall” and "The Trek", a BC Lung Association event in Vancouver for 12 years.
Amy found her start in film as an actress. In the last year, she has been making a shift towards the production side of things, seeking out mentors in writing and filmmaking, and teaching herself as much as possible. She is extremely grateful for the opportunity to do the social media editing for Dear Tilly. This is an evocative film she is proud to be a part of!
Alisha graduated from Emily Carr University in 2019, and has been working at Scanline vfx, with additional personal projects since then.
She has seen her first short film participate in festivals around the world. In addition to animation, Alisha is passionate about having conversations with the public about animal agriculture and promoting a vegan lifestyle at outreach sessions around Vancouver. Additional works include scientific animations shown at lectures, fashion show animation, and Emily Carr University's Grad Show exhibition animation.
She is excited to use her animation to tell stories about the animals and environment.
James and his band have been picking up gigs in and around Grande Prairie for the past several years. They have traveled as far as Winnipeg and performed to an enthusiastic audience at the City of Calgary’s Canada 150 celebration on July 1st. As a chorister, James has performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City. He continues to record and produce independent recordings on an ongoing basis and will finish his Bachelor of Jazz and Contemporary Music as a Recording Major in the spring of 2021.
Molly, a passionate activist and community member, is currently pursuing a PhD in Social Psychology focusing on bias and discrimination. Molly has an extensive history of leadership positions. She has been President of UBC VDAY, and Vice President of the Cognitive Systems Society at UBC and the UBC Women’s Centre. She has also lobbied for legislative bills and advised municipal school boards on pro-student initiatives.
I'm a creative, compassionate, and dedicated leader with a passion for theatre, film, and the outdoors. I do stuff like dramaturgy and video editing, but what I'm really known for is directing multidisciplinary theatre pieces with a collaborative and intersectional approach. I love working with young, passionate artists who have their fingers in many creative pies.