ReFrame is supported by a talented team of staff with a wide range of experience in community development, non-profit administration, adult education, filmmaking, financial management and graphic design. These are the folks who dot all the I’s and cross all the T’s to bring you this celebrated arts and culture festival each year!
Jay Adam has worked with community organizations and non-profits in communications and program delivery for nearly a decade. With a degree in English Literature and philosophy from the University of Guelph, Jay draws on his exceptional writing abilities almost daily in drafting proposals, reports and communications plans. Recently though he’s become a bit nutty about spreadsheets as well. A foodie at heart, Jay can often be found apron-clad, experimenting in the kitchen.
Amy Siegel is an artist, educator, and organizer of artistic projects. Working at the intersection of film, performance and socially-engaged art, Amy’s work is focused on telling stories based in themes of social justice and community empowerment. Amy holds an MFA in Documentary Media from Ryerson University and an MA in Adult Education and Community Development from the University of Toronto.
Fox Jones is that guy who makes everyone wait while he stops the film on movie night because the aspect ratio is totally off. He’s a pixel pusher. An A/V mixer. Your computer fixer. Marathon Netflixer. Spent his childhood resetting the clocks on VCRs. A disillusioned high school dropout with silicon dreams who went on to become the person you call when you forget the password to your email. Today, you can often find him under a MacBook, triple-encrypting his backup disks while mumbling randomly generated passwords. He’s thrilled to have finally landed that dream job in his niche of downloading movies off of the internet all day long.
Michael Goede has been offering bookkeeping and financial control services for ReFrame Film Festival for many years. He is the owner of New Leaf Business Services with clients in virtual reality software, film and TV production, construction, real estate, hospitality, retail, local non-profits and unions. For the last 5 years, Michael has enjoyed marrying theory and practice while teaching financial and managerial accounting in the School of Business at Trent University. Michael also coaches U18 Indoor Soccer and has been producing electronic music for 25 years.