Birthday 12/02
Company Kindle Project
Facebook Project
List your interests Storytelling, Design, Media, Documentary, Urban Life, Cycling, Artistic Collaborations, Comedy, Progressive Philanthropy, Polaroids, Santa Fe, Montreal, Toronto, Plants
Bio Telling stories to urban audiences on brightly lit stages in dimly lit bars, Arianne spends much of her time in worlds of raconteurs and crafts-folk of all kinds. She is the collector, archivist and writer for Love Letters to a Friend. A project that she developed as an ongoing, online archive of love letters. Some are written to lovers, others are epics from friendships that span decades. Some are written for the love of a cow and others from the perspective of rumpled bed sheets. Arianne received her MA in Peace Education from the United Nations University for Peace and completed an honours degree in Religious Studies at Concordia University. She has organized, facilitated and produced peace building workshops and dialogues in Canada, the United States, Costa Rica, Poland, Turkey, Israel and Palestine. Her background in interfaith dialogue and peace building has led her to work as a chaplain in a Montreal hospital and as an interfaith educator at Concordia University. Arianne's varied passions have also led her to produce independent documentaries, co-found a production company, organize grassroots youth conferences, and work as a mentor for teenage girls through YWCA Montreal. Arianne currently works as Kindle Project's Media and Project Coordinator. She lives and works from Toronto and sometimes…Montreal.