Liz was born and raised in east Vancouver. She studied English Literature and Philosophy at Langara College and Capilano University, then homesteaded in the Interior for several years. She also studied Carpentry at BCIT, and works in renovations sporadically.
Editor on Fred Quilt case.
Mel Yap’s artistic journey is an ever-evolving exploration of the human experience, one that invites viewers to engage in a profound and introspective dialogue.
Video editing for Rose Marie Roper case.
Mariam Zohra D is a multidisciplinary artist who uses the mediums as a vehicle for collaboration in the pursuit of building communities and seeking socio-ecololgical justice. She is founder of taRka and a founding member of Surrey Muse Arts Society.
File management, email and website coordination, proof reading, administrative support, soundtrack coordination for various case videos, audio recording on Rose Marie Roper case, research & video editing for Douglas Higginbottom case.
Charles Mulder is a creative guy.
Website Creation & Deployment; Logo & Branding.
Voice over for Douglas Higginbottom case.
Aaron Bailey is a staff member and Program Coordinator for the Eastside Illicit Drinkers Group for Education at the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users. He studies the history of public health, alcohol policy, and dispossession in the Downtown Eastside.
Coordinating the first NITPI Press Conference on behalf of VANDU.
Louis-Napoleon Valentine, Canadian born artist, painting and drawing since the age of 8. Anything creative I can do, from cartoons, fine art paintings, making dolls to making clothes.