“Mornings are sacred time for me… I like to start at a slow pace. My world moves so fast that sometimes the mornings are the only time I have to really feel myself breathe.” About Alison Araya – actress, teacher,
“Don’t judge yourself too harshly along the way. Strive for truth and it will resonate” – An Interview With Justine Warrington
“A bad review didn’t stop me from doing another show and it didn’t crush my dreams… instead it fuelled me to express my voice even more.” About Justine Warrington – actor, writer, producer Justine is an award-winning actress, writer &
“Finishing a writing project depends a lot less on inspiration than most people think” – an interview with Angie Abdou
“I published my first short story collection in 2006, and my first novel in 2007. Without that near-death accident, I don’t know if I ever would have found the time and energy for writing.” About Angie Abdou – author Angie
“No one is ‘waiting’ for you, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have something amazing to offer” – a conversation with Shauna Johannesen
” I think you become great when you trust that the stories you have inside of you, the truths you feel and the world you see has value and can resonate with others if you tell them honestly, clearly and
“If you want to go on an adventure, you’ve got to say yes to it” – my conversation with Matthew Kowalchuk
“We’re always role playing – and isn’t that a form of faking it? You have to be able to have the confidence to believe you are what you are in that moment: parent, teacher, etc,, and then others will accept it
Sarah Mae Worden: Don’t be afraid of being an original
“Perfectionism isn’t the most efficient motivator… Mistakes have made great art, but for some reason no one wants to be the one making them.” About Sarah Mae Worden Raised in Richland, Washington but residing in Vancouver, Sarah is an aspiring Writer/Director
Chasity St.Louis: I’ve never really been a “that’s good enough” person… at least not comfortably.
“I almost have this naive faith in life at times, trusting that everything will be okay. It’s a string connecting me to some higher power, I’d like to think, helping me find purpose and keep trudging on.” About Chasity St.Louis
Ryan Griffith: I just want to tell stories that stick with people
“I never wanted to be an artist. I grew up in Woodstock, NB. And when I grew up in Woodstock, no one in their right mind would have considered being an artist a real job.” About Ryan Griffith — Writer
Jane Hancock: There was a moment when I decided that I would have to contribute to my success, and decide what success even meant to me.
Be honest, about your craft and with yourself. Find out why you want to do this, why you love it, because if you don’t know then it will eat you alive on the days when it’s difficult and it
Leonard Collett: For me happiness is being in the moment. So much so that the details don’t escape me.
About Leonard Collett A writer, director, photographer, editor and World traveller, I was very excited when Leonard expressed his interest in sharing his voice on the site. He was born in South Africa, raised in Calgary and now lives in