A part of the Toronto New Wave group of filmmakers, Colin Brunton began his career in the late 70’s with his Toronto punk culture documentary The Last Pogo, and then went on to build one of the most prolific careers in Canadian indie film and television. His feature producing credits include cult classics Roadkill, Highway 61 and Hedwig And The Angry Inch. Colin is Executive Producer of And You Thought You Were Normal.
A veteran of the Canadian indie arts scene, Kevan Byrne has toured the world with his band King Cobb Steelie, and has become a highly sought-after film editor. He has many TV and film credits including the renowned indie doc I Dream Of Wires. Kevan is co-director and editor of And You Thought You Were Normal.
Musician, cinematographer, director, Tim Kowalski is a triple-threat in the indie world. As the Dee Dee Ramone-channelling bassist for Toronto's The Mean, and director of many music videos, Tim has developed a unique style and singular ability to get the best out of any shot. Tim is co-director and producer of And You Thought You Were Normal.
Leanne Davies is a revered visual artist, and talented project manager, and is very dialed in to all things weird, outrageous, and bizarre. Her rock-star portraits have been sold all over the world, and she is our bridge between our collective left and right brains. Leanne is a producer of And You Thought You Were Normal.