Toronto born bassist Shelly Berger has been active as an arranger, composer, producer and leader in many jazz and contemporary music settings.
Deborah Bernstein has worked in the film and television industry for over 30 years. In addition to teaching at Humber, she teaches at Ryerson University and consults within the industry.
Sandra Birdsell has published 6 novels, and 3 collections of short fiction. She has written for television, theatre and radio.
Giles Blunt's first "Cardinal" novel, Forty Words for Sorrow, won the British Crime Writers Silver Dagger award, and the second, The Delicate Storm, won the Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis award for best novel, as did the latest, Until the Night.
Dennis' books have been shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, the Amazon/Books in Canada First Novel Award, the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the Kiriyama Pacific Rim Prize, and the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize (Regional Best Book).
Danila Botha is a fiction writer based in Toronto. Her first book was a collection of short stories called Got No Secrets; Too Much on the Inside is her first novel.
Robi Botos is a Jazz pianist of Hungarian decent who has quickly joined the ranks of Canada’s elite jazz musicians.
Daniel Brooks is one of Canada’s most accomplished theatre makers. As a writer, director and performer he has collaborated with some of the country’s finest talents in producing a body of daring and original work.
Matt Brubeck is a JUNO award-winning performer/composer specializing in improvisation on the cello. Raised on jazz and classically trained at Yale, Matt is at ease in multiple genres.
Rob Bulger is an honours graduate of the Humber College Music Program (1983). He has been playing professionally since 1970. In the early 70’s Rob was a member of the Canadian progessive rock band “Spirit of Christmas”.
Shawn is an acting coach and director, as well as a teacher. He is a member of the Ontario Talent Bank, and of the Toronto Association of Acting Studios.
Juno-nominated trombonist William Carn has emerged as one of Canada’s leading contemporary jazz composers and performers. He currently leads the Juno-nominated William Carn Quintet as well as his newest project, Run Stop Run.