Dick Miller made his first audio documentary in Iqaluit, Nunavut in 1977 when it was called Frobisher Bay. Since then he has produced hundreds of documentaries and radio programs for the CBC and private outlets. He currently lives in Head of St Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia where he continues working with audio to create visual images in the listener’s mind. A good sound is worth a thousand pictures is his motto.
Sherwin works in design and communication. He’s a founding partner of a small design agency, Pink Sheep Media, where he supports companies, government agencies and nonprofits that want help with their brand management, graphic design, web development, and engagement strategies. He gets excited about usability, illustration, information architecture, public discourse and journalism. Sherwin lives in Victoria Canada, on Lkwungen land.
Adrian De Smul
Adrian is a developer and product manager currently working as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. He is passionate about making engaging digital experiences for financial institutions and non-profits. He graduated from Princeton University in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering where he was a photographer and Web Editor for The Daily Princetonian. When not traveling for work, you can find him hiking and exploring the world with his camera.
Sarah is a digital editor with Metro News and a freelance journalist based in Toronto. She graduated from the University of King’s College in Halifax – twice – where she took philosophy and creative writing before studying journalism. You can find her work in The Globe and Mail, Metro and Quill & Quire. Sarah is passionate about radio production and like every person in the world is currently developing a podcast. She also makes a killer pie.