Props Girl (2016)
An ode to the women of the art department who don’t have access to a vehicle.
Meghan Borthwick graduated from the University of King’s College in Halifax with a Combined Honours in English and Contemporary Philosophy. During her studies at King’s, she was involved with the university’s illustrious King’s Theatrical Society as an actor, stage manager, director, and producer. Since returning to Toronto, Meghan has graduated from Humber College’s Arts Administration & Cultural Management post-graduate program, and is currently working as the Events Coordinator for Polaris Music Prize. She continues to engage with the city’s vibrant arts and culture scene.
Olivia Tran is a filmmaker. Since graduating from Ryerson University and gaining a BFA in Film Studies, she has assisted in various television programs and short films. Toronto is where you’ll find Olivia most of the time watching Netflix or playing with her cat Chandler Bing. Most recently she spent time in North Carolina producing an indie film called DzThe Believersdz.
Eric Rowe is a Toronto based freelance cinematographer and filmmaker. Some of his short-film credits include Circles, Ed and Leonard, Pitching for the Heights, Abacus, My Love and Drawing Duncan Palmer.
Thomas Hoy is a Toronto-based composer and musician. In 2014, he finished a Music degree, with a specialization in composition at Dalhousie/King’s College in Halifax, NS. There, he gained experience composing and arranging everything from a full symphony orchestra to a solo viola. He also played with countless bands, choirs and other ensembles. He is currently enrolled in an apprenticeship program with the Screen Composer’s Guild of Canada (SCGC).
Haig Beylerian is a guitar player from Toronto, Canada. Originally self-taught, he attended Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he pursued a Bachelor of Music with a specialization in classical guitar performance. During his time in Halifax, he played in the Dalhousie Jazz Band, composed and performed guitar in two Faculty of Theatre productions, won first place in the Kiwanis Festival, and performed regularly with several local acts. He graduated with honours in 2014.
Most recently, Haig has appeared on two Rufus Wainwright recordings, and he has played guitar for Juno-nominated singer-songwriter Andrew Rodriguez–performing in venues across Toronto and taking the stage at the Pop Montreal festival. Haig has toured the west coast from Los Angeles to Vancouver twice with Saboteur Productions–a Portland-based theatre company–playing guitar for the play Dear Armen.
Camille Lam is a perfectly bilingual (French and English), creative, and motivated video editor whose biggest sources of inspiration are children and fairytales.
She graduated from l’École secondaire catholique Béatrice-Desloges, where she discovered and deepened her passion for art, theatre, music, and cinema, which lead to her studies at Ryerson University in Toronto. After four years of hard work, motivation and dedication to editing, she received her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts’ Degree through the Image Arts’ Film Studies Program.
In the course of her post-secondary education, Camille has worked for two summers as a co-op student for the Canada Aviation and Space Museum as a Project Manager, where she was in charge of creating promotional videos, documenting events, and directing the start of an oral history documentary project where she gained more experience as a director, and as an editor.