The Remixers are an ever-evolving and expanding group of Capilano Creative Writing and CultureNet students.
Jessica Brodeur: Jessica is in English, French, and IRC. She has a passion for children, solving world hunger, Windows/Mac debates, and acronyms. She also aspire to one day work a job where she has her very own office in which she can hang her very own pictures.
Ian Sorley Cook: Ian is a multi-talented musician, filmmaker, and Capilano University student. His music has been featured on MTV television shows such as “Pimp My Ride” and “The Real World”, and in March of 2007, was on a compilation that debuted in the American Billboard Top 200 Albums. In his adult life, he endlessly strives to achieve the perfect balance between hopelessness and ambivalence.
Jamie Cue: Jamie is a business student at Capilano University. Her middle name is procrastination and she loves soccer.
Calen Degnan – Grown slowly in the Vancouver area. After testing the work force and finding it unsatisfying he enrolled at Capilano for a life of scholarly pursuits.
Megan Finnerty: Megan’s love of visual arts started her down a path in graphic design at BCIT. After two years of technical studies, her desire for broader knowledge brought her to Capilano University, where she is currently enrolled in the CultureNet program. She is a student by day, bartender by night, and a contract graphic designer somewhere in between! A good time for Megan usually involves cheesy movies, great food, and engaging conversation.
Salomé Fornier-Hanlon – CNET Year 1: Salomé was born on Valentine’s Day, 1989, and is proud to have been able to sport neon and parachute pants for the first 9.5 months of her existence without being ostracized. She adores art (visual, musical, and culinary), and enjoys smiling at random people on the street, because smiles are contagious. And let it be known that Les Trois Mousquetaires is the best book she has ever read.
Nick Fulton: Nicholas is a student in the Culture net program at Capilano University. His interests lay mostly in computing sciences and social sciences. He is an amateur programmer and website designer and is mostly self taught. He is excited about the program he is in and what it means to mix and merge Culture and Technology.
Julie Lam: Julie enjoys hip hop culture and she is an aspiring DJ. The best day of her life will be the day she meets Chris Brown.
Nicole Lim: Nicole is a student at Capilano University currently enrolled in the CultureNet program. She enjoys reading, listening to music, eating food . . .
Jordan Mowat: Jordan has been a writer for 15 years and intends to continue, though he enjoys using any medium to amuse, confuse, or challenge people, not just words. His favourite weather is the fog.
Stu Shepherd: Tall, dark and handsome.
Matthew Schattenkirk: Talks softly and wears a big hat. Lives in Burnaby. Goes to Capilano. Etc.