The Volumes Project is made up of a dedicated team working to better the culture of our city.
Elin is the founder of the online BC wine platform, New District, which brings the boutique, small-batch wines of BC to consumers across Canada. Elin also leads the data visualization project, Blue Terminal. He is an ardent supporter of New Wave and Italo-Disco music.
BRENT CECIL O’CONNOR
A Production Manager for film and television, Brent is currently working on a project in Vancouver for Lionsgate Entertainment. He recently completed filming on X-Men: Apocalypse for 20th Century Fox, and prior to that was the Production Manager on "Warcraft," a Universal Pictures & Legendary Entertainment production.
A creative and resourceful fundraiser, Jessica has a proven track record of leading successful fundraising and investor relations campaigns in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. She is currently working as Campaign Director of Presentation House Gallery, charged with raising $20 million in capital and endowment funds for the development of a new facility in North Vancouver.
Paul is the Associate Director of the Vancouver Art Gallery. Previously, Paul held multiple senior management positions at Arts Umbrella where his portfolio included arts education programs, marketing & communications, financial management, board and government relations and strategic planning. Paul is also the board director of Chor Leoni Men’s Choir and a mentor and jury member of the Canadian Merit Scholarship Foundation (the Loran Award).
A Vancouver based artist, Myfanwy has received numerous awards and public commissions and has exhibited at prominent galleries throughout Canada and the world. Her work is in the collection of the National Gallery of Canada, the Vancouver Art Gallery, Museum of London and many others.
With seven years of PR and marketing experience in both an in-house and agency environment, Lynsey has provided strategic communications support to many notable brands in a variety of industries, from food and fashion to the arts. She recently spent two years in London, UK, working for Good Housekeeping magazine, and is currently the director of media relations for global jewelry brand, Pyrrha.