Co-founder/Executive Producer/Story Editor
Kaia Richardson is a queer actress and producer, who grew up in Tkaronto, Kanata. She has sought professional training throughout her life, earning her Triple Threat Diploma from Randolph College for the Performing Arts in 2016. As a performer, her skills span genres from musical theatre to comedic period pieces to contemporary film. She actively supplements her technical repertoire with programs and workshops, as well as her own independent study of craft and acting technique.
As a producer, Kaia intends to create work which is provocative, soulful, and very spicy.
Tylor Van Riper
Now based in Tkaronto, Tylor originated from the Alberta Prairies, where he began his career as a singer and actor. His training and career goals carried him to Tkaronto, where he trained at Randolph College & The Second City, and across the pond to Guildford, England, where he earned his Master of Arts in Musical Theatre from the University of Surrey.
Through his travels, Tylor has become an accomplished singer, actor, and songwriter, who has performed and written for many of the world's stages. As a proudly queer artist with repressive roots, he has a passion for telling stories which will inevitably bring light to under-represented and marginalized members of society.
Curtis Larade is a queer, French Acadian screenwriter and creator originally from Mi'kmaq (Nova Scotia), Kanata, residing in Tkaronto.
Curtis has several short films and scripts officially selected at film festivals internationally. His current artistic focus is in comedy with a keen interest in self-deprecation and campy humour. He is passionate about women’s rights, social justice and freedom of choice which he hopes are clearly reflected in his stories’ themes and characters.
Hannah Karpinski is a queer reader and writer who lives and works in Tiohtià:ke (Montreal.)
She is a graduate of Concordia University's Honours in English & Creative Writing program and is currently translating a novel from Polish to English.
Her work has appeared in publications like Bad Nudes and Lemon Hound, and she is one of the founding editors of Ossa Magazine.
Born in Havana Cuba, Pablosky Rosales is graduated from "Instituto Superior Pedagogico Enrique Jose Varona" with a major in Musical Education.
In 2002, he started working as a Tres /Guitar player and backing vocalist with the renowned band CUBANISMO until he moved to Tkaronto,
Kanata in 2006 .
In Tkaronto, he has collaborated and recorded with some of the most important Salsa, Cuban music and Latin jazz bands in the local scene, such as Amanda Martinez, ”Café Cubano”, "OKAN" “Guaracha y Son
quartet”, Sean Bellaviti’s “Conjunto Lacalu” and also international stars like Bobby Carcassés, Tony Vega and Ralph Irizarri amongst many others.
Other career landmarks for PablosKy includes the Musical Direction of a show at the Prestigious The Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre in Tkaronto, the
soundtrack of a documentary produced for NaLeo TV in Hawaii and his collaboration as a composer and arranger for the 2008 Grammy Award
nominated recording “Greetings from Havana” by CUBANISMO.
Associate Producer/Film Maker
Born in Hamilton, Ontario with a passion for filmmaking, Trent Newton pursued his dream to earn a Bachelor's Degree with Honours in Film and Media Production. An award winning Director and Editor, Trent is known for the Romantic Drama Gift Giver, the Psychological Thriller Contrition, and visual effects work on many blockbuster productions such as Avengers: Endgame and The Mandalorian.
Cheddar and Reilly
Our emotional caretakers.
Camp on Fire Productions intends to use and acknowledge all the original names of the lands and territories of Kanata.
If any person finds an opportunity for our company to further this goal, please contact us.