Paul Deziel practices projection design out of Chicago and Washington D.C. Recent credits include: P.Y.G or the Mis-Edumacation of Dorian Belle (Jackalope Theatre), Crystal Creek Motel (Flying V Theatre), The Color Purple (Drury Lane Theatre), Photograph 51 (Court Theatre), Tilikum (Sideshow Theatre Company), The Vagrant Trilogy (Mosaic Theatre Company), Sotto Voce (Theater J), Beauty’s Daughter (American Blues Theater), and Merge (The New Colony). His animation work on the Triumph of Isabella exhibition was showcased as a part of the Performance Festival at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Paul has won 2 Joseph Jefferson Awards for his designs, along with having been nominated an additional 2 times.
Grace Limbach Guarniere is a practicing studio artist based in Houston, Texas. Her past scenic design credits include: The Cunning Little Vixen, Little Shop of Horrors, Corpora Celaelestia, The Black Madonna and Miss America, Oklahoma Marriage. She always dedicates her work to her mother: her number one supporter and sponsor.
A co-founder of the experimental art company Almost Human, Alec Hughes has produced original work across Europe, The Middle East, and North America. Select work has appeared at Flare Festival, Manchester UK; The Hive, Shrewsbury, UK; Acco Festival, Acco Israel; Compagnietheater, Amsterdam Netherlands; and the Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften, Berlin Germany. Hughes’ work intertwines the technical with the living, seeking out new ways to engage audiences and interrogate philosophical topics. National
Jareth is a lighting designer based in Toronto. Select lighting design credits include: Prairie Nurse (Factory); Risky Phil (YPT); Black Boys (Buddies in Bad Times + Canada Tour); Punk Rock, The Glass Menagerie, Lemons… (The Howland Company); What Linda Said ,Serenity Wild, (SummerWorks 2017); Chautauqua (Pearle Harbour Presents); Dusk Dances (2015-2017); Crazy For You (Port Hope Festival Theatre); The Trial of Judith K (Thought for Food Productions). Jareth is a member of the Associated Designers of Canada, and is a stagecraft instructor at York University.
Carlile is a graduate of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and now based in Ottawa, Carlile has produced work across Canada and the United Kingdom. While working as an independent artists Carlile has also lent technical knowledge to restoration work at various heritage intuitions and museums across Canada and the UK. This most recently included work as the assistant conservator at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum. Carlile is passionate about accommodating and celebrating the differences represented by disabled people and other minorities.