Tom Kuo is an artist with over 20 years of experience in the art, music, performance and marketing worlds creating digital, physical and multi-platform experiences. In 2003, he launched Foundation Creative Studio which specializes in interactive experience design, exhibition design and construction, structural engineering and troubleshooting, and creative and technical project direction. Clients include: Toronto International Film Festival, Sick Kids Hospital, Christie Digital, FITC, Entrinsic, Capital C, Draft FCB, WSIB, Interaxon, Pixel Gallery, Digifest, Waterloo Children’s Museum, Side Effects, and Canadian Film Centre's Media Lab.

Kev Mayo is an interactive developer and visual artist. Combining programming, design, sculpture, and built environments, his work aims to challenge the conventions of user experience, providing thoughtful and integrated solutions. He has developed and led award-winning interactive projects for clients such as the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), La Presse Tele, and the National Film Board, building complex and experimental interfaces that push the limits of HTML5 and Javascript. Most recently Kev has developed interactive applications for physical computing technologies such as the Kinect.

Helen Yung is an interdisciplinary artist and cultural consultant. Her artistic practice is focused on interactions, installations and interventions that combine cultural mediation, dramaturgy, designed environments, secrets, mystery, joy, wonder, participation/relational aesthetics, group work, technology and sound. Past and upcoming presenters include: Harbourfront Centre, Dreamwalker Dance Company, Theatre Direct, Gladstone Hotel, Dasein Dance, and Puppetmongers in Toronto, Performance Space (Sydney, Australia), Artshouse (Melbourne, Australia), Oboro (Montreal), Festival Accès Asie (Montreal), Centre d’art Marnay Art Centre (Marnay-sur-Seine, France), Critical Path Choreographic Research Centre (Sydney, Australia), and Dada (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Helen was previously researcher-in-residence at L'Institut international de la marionnette (Charleville-Mezières, France) and is currently production designer for Gertrude and Alice with The Independent Aunties and set designer for A Midsummer's Night Dream by Shakespeare At Play. She collaborates regularly with Andrea Nann/Dreamwalker Dance Company. A consultant specializing in community engagement, systems change, and cultural diversity, Helen is an artist-researcher with the Culture of Cities Centre at the Centre for Social Innovation, and volunteers as Advisory Council Member of the Ontario Nonprofit Network and Board Director of Hub14, a Toronto arts incubator.