I am fortunate to be working with a host of dedicated and bright collaborators on this project.
The project is supported by a three-year research/creation grant from Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC)
My co-investigator on the project is Dr. Ann English, Professor Emeritus and Honorary Concordia University Research Chair in Bioinorganic Chemistry, Chemistry and Biochemistry. Dr. English is the recent recipient of the Clara Benson Award, recognising her as Canada’s leading female chemist of 2017!
Current collaborators on the project:
Dr. Scott Williams of the Williams Research Group and Professor in the School of Chemistry and Materials Science, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. Dr. Williams is the instigator and founder of the non-toxic film processing movement.
Ricardo Leite, a filmmaker and artist living and working in Porto, Portugal. Ricardo has been processing his films in non-toxic chemistry for many years and is a pioneer in eco-friendly motion picture film processing. Ricardo co-founded Atomo47 labs, and he was the artist in residence at the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto in the summer of 2016.
pk langshaw, department chair, Design and Computation Arts
professor, Design and Computation Arts
fellow of the loyola college for diversity &sustainability, Loyola International College
directrice of d_verse lab (&all things verse, reversed, in.verse), Fine Arts