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Updates from the basement, courtesy of the CITIZENShift team.
Afrah is CitizenShift's summer intern.
Andrea is a Communication Studies student at Concordia University in Montreal. She has a background in photography and visual arts, and is interested in web-media as a tool for social change.
Colleen is the project coordinator of CITIZENShift.
Dave is a CitizenShift contributor. He lives in Halifax, NS.
Currently living in Somoto, Madriz, Nicaragua. I work with children victims of child labour or at risk in the nearby town of Totogalpa, mainly helping out with photography workshops. I also participate in the development and promotion of sustainable community tourism.
Montrealer in her mid-twenties. Freelance journalist and photographer, with an interest in human rights and sustainable living. Has a cheerful disposition.
Genevieve is a second year Communications Studies student at Concordia University. She is interested in graphic design, photography and fashion. Genevieve also enjoys creating social media and riding the slopes whenever she gets the chance.
José is a Montreal based filmmaker and projectionist.
Kathleen Jayme is a film production student at the University of British Columbia and is currently interning at CITIZENShift in Vancouver.
From Winnipeg, I now live and study in Montreal. I really, really like sci fi television and tobaggonning. I intern here at CitizenShift.
Ryan Spence is a Montreal based filmmaker/editor working primarily in documentary and independent fiction.
Tim McSorley is CITIZENShift's podcast coordinator and freelance journalist. He's also a contributor to CKUT radio and The Dominion newspaper.
Tynesha is CITIZENShift's summer intern from Concordia University's Communication department (Mtl., QC). Brimming with interests, she states "I enjoy school, I sing in a choir and I am also involved in community radio and volunteer work with youth. In the future, I look forward to developing a company that merges my three great passions in sound, community engagement, and music."
David Widgington was the event coordinator for the Citizen Media Rendez-vous 2010 (http://citizen-media.ca). He is a mobile journalist (MoJo) who is well-versed in community radio, video and print and web-based media practices. He has a particular interest these days with diaspora communities returning to Southern Sudan since the end of the war. He is script-writing a documentary project on the subject. (http://southsudaninfo.net).