MEET THE TEAM
HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT
HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT
Based out of Yellowknife, and sometimes found homesteading on a small off-grid cabin on the Liard River, Caroline Cox is creating authentic film content from Canada’s North and beyond.
Cox studied cinematography at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and cut her teeth working as an Associate Producer on the Animal Planet series, Ice Lake Rebels. From there she went on to create and show-run the series "NorthernHer" and the international series, "Wild Kitchen", which airs in Canada on NorthwesTel and in 47 million homes across the United States on the First Nations’ Experience Network.
Cox is also a freelance Shooter/Producer and specializes in digital media with an emphasis on women, the arts, and the North
Tiffany Ayalik is from Yellowknife, NT and is Inuk from the Kitikmeot region in Nunavut. It was in the North, listening to stories from her elders, that she discovered her love of storytelling, and the powerful change that hearing a story can bring about.
Tiffany graduated ‘With Distinction’ with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of Alberta. She travels across Canada and has performed in Greenland, Iceland and in Europe sharing her blend of story, song, movement and improv. Tiffany hosts a lifestyle documentary called “Wild Kitchen” where she meets interesting people who are intricately connected to the land and the food they harvest. “Wild Kitchen” is enjoyed across the North and in 47 million homes across the United States on the First Nations’ Experience Network. Tiffany also hosts “NorthernHer” a show that features intrepid women of the North. As a film actor, her work can be seen at many international film festivals. In Canada you can see her as Daphne in CBC’s “A Christmas Fury” the full-length spin-off of cult-classic “Hatching Matching and Dispatching” and on CBC’s “Little Dog”.
When she isn’t touring performing or composing, Tiffany enjoys teaching movement, song and storytelling. Tiffany is a Juno award winning musician and collaborates with her sister Inuksuk Mackay in their band PIQSIQ.