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Ross Turnbull

General Manager
Ross Turnbull has made many short films and video works, two feature-length dramas and a long documentary essay entitled Terminal Device. He has edited more than 70 works, comprising many different flavours, by other artists. He has worked as an arts administrator and advocate and was formerly the Film Officer at the Canada Council for the Arts.

Greg Woodbury

Operations Manager
Greg Woodbury has worked in the Media Arts community for over 35 years as an administrator in artist-run production centres: as a production and post-production freelancer and in his own art practice. He has produced several of his own single channel videos and installations as well as fostered the work of other independent film/video/media artists through teaching, advocacy,technical support, creative collaboration and programming. 

Yazid Mohamednur

Equipment/Workshop Coordinator
 Yazid Mohamednur, is a Toronto based photographer/videographer. Originally a graphic designer and VFX artist, Yazid merged his design and photography skills to explore his two passions. Currently Yazid is working in the media production industry to build his portfolio towards being a DOP.

Konrad Skreta

Audio/Video Technician
 Konrad Skręta is a Toronto-based tonmeister, sound editor, video editor, and cameraman. Born and raised in Poland, he studied music recording and sound for film, obtaining his Master of Arts from the renowned Sound Engineering Faculty at the Academy of Music of Warsaw. He apprenticed at Warsaw's Wytwornia Filmow Dokumentalnych, where such auteurs as Andrzej Wajda and Krzysztof Kieslowski crafted their films. In 1988, he was invited to Canada to participate as an Audio Engineering and Production Associate at the prestigious Banff Centre for the Arts. Since 1991, Skręta has been engaged as a freelance in-house editor at Toronto's artist-run studio, Charles Street Video, along with pursuing a variety of production and post-production projects, working with Deepa Mehta and Vera Frenkel, among others.

Nadene Theriault-Copeland

Financial Coordinator
Nadene Thériault-Copeland is the Executive Director of New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA), and Financial Coordinator for Charles Street Video. Nadene is also the past president of the board of directors of the Canadian Association for Sound Ecology. She promotes the dissemination of new and experimental sound art through her work with New Adventures in Sound Art, and recently edited four educational booklets published by NAISA: Radio Art Companion (2002), Sign Waves Companion (2002), Sound in Space (2003) and Sound Art Basics (2008). Nadene received her B.F.A. in Music from York University in 1991 where she studied composition with James Tenney.

Board Members

Board President

Chris Remerowski

President + Contact
Chris Remerowski is a writer, director, producer, editor and motion graphics compositor. His short films have been shown at film festivals throughout North America. As well as producing television programs and commercials, Chris supervises the On-Air Creative Services Department at Zoomer Media.
Board Treasurer

TJ Cuthand

TJ Cuthand was born in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and grew up in Saskatoon. Since 1995 she has been making short experimental narrative videos and films about sexuality, madness, youth, love, and race, which have screened in festivals and galleries internationally. She completed her BFA majoring in Film and Video at Emily Carr University of Art and Design, and her Masters of Arts in Media Production at Ryerson University. She is of Plains Cree and Scots descent, a member of Little Pine First Nation, and currently resides in Toronto.

Gregory Breen

Gregory Breen is a Toronto filmmaker originally from Dublin, Ireland and looking forward to directing anything and everything he can (excluding traffic) here in Canada. Currently he is working on two shorts and a feature.

Diane Brooks

More than 25 years experience in program development and team management for the not-for-profit sector. I have focused on empowering marginalized youth and adults as they navigate employment, training and education. As a multi-disciplinary artist my current side projects include amalgamating fine art, illustration, photography, music and writing. Collaboratively Creating Critical Content that explores social and ethnic themes. Also, my training and work in film, theatre, broadcast journalism and videography have come full circle to create a foundation for works in progress. 

Roya DelSol

Roya DelSol is a Black lens-based artist currently living in T’karonto/Toronto. Creating motion work ranging from experimental video art to music videos, she aims for her work in all spheres to center and uplift the experiences of Black, queer, and marginalized peoples. Past photographic work captures Black femme intimacies, strength & joy in hopes of visualizing new, liberated worlds. In other mediums, this envisioning takes shape by utilizing the subversive qualities of magical realism in imagining Black futures. She has worked on projects for NXNE, Spotify, and Maggie's: Toronto Sex Workers Action Project; with work published in outlets such as FLARE, Lez Spread the Word, West End Phoenix, NOW! Toronto and The Globe & Mail. She is currently in pre-production for her first VR project, which is scheduled for completion in 2022.

Davin Henson

Davin is a video producer, director, videographer and editor with almost two decades of experience in the creation of short and long form content. Starting his career in production services, Davin produced work for Red Bull Media House, MTV Networks, Here TV and Interscope Records. More recently his focus has been on collaborating with cultural organizations in the creation of documentarian work for established and emerging digital platforms.

Danielle Hyde

 Danielle Hyde is a multi-disciplinary Indigenous artist whose work mingles traditional and non-traditional mediums, photography and performance art. A storyteller, Danielle creates stories in different forms to acknowledge we are 4-dimensional beings; connecting through our hearts, minds, bodies, and spirit operating in chorus with the seen and unseen.

Alex Kingsmill

Alex Kingsmill is a cinematographer and visual effects artist based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His credits include television and web commercials, music videos, episodic TV, short dramatic films, and feature length documentary in both roles. He holds a BFA in Integrated Media from OCAD, and also works as a Camera Trainee with the IATSE 667 International Cinematographers Guild. Alex is also actively involved with Charles Street Video, an artist run center for independent filmmakers in Toronto. Alex sits on the board of directors, and teaches workshops for CSV members on various cameras, and post-production softwares and techniques.

Kasia Knap

Kasia Knap develops capacity building community programs in the settlement, arts, and non-profit sector. Through strategic partnerships and participatory design, for the past several years she has been creating collaborative programs with refugee youth in Toronto that reflect their priorities and support the capabilities they value. Interested in how community development, art, and social justice can intersect, she looks for ways to elevate youth voice, reduce barriers to accessibility, and leverage leadership opportunities for youth self-expression. Kasia led the youth program at the Arab Community Centre of Toronto (ACCT) from 2018-2022. She currently consults on youth programming for ACCT and is a Juris Doctor Candidate at the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa.
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