Simon is a creative producer and the general manager at Urban Capers. He loves story telling, history, and french toast. Aside from developing scavenger hunts, he is an award-winning film-maker with his TV, film, and new media production company, Picosphere.
Amy was born and raised in North Bay, Ontario, but left home to complete the 4 year BFA Acting Programme at the University of Windsor. Born on Canada Day, she is proudly Canadian and has visited every province except for Newfoundland. She loves going home to visit her parents in Medicine Hat, Alberta (home of the World’s Largest Teepee) and is also a big fan of craft shows, dogs and the colour pink. Amy’s calm and welcoming presence can be felt whenever she hosts a hunt, especially her favourite, The Secrets of the St. Lawrence.
When she’s not laughing, she’s reading all sorts of biographies and International Development/Humanitarian Aid books, or dancing and singing to some good radio tunes. She really enjoyed her Bachelor’s in Political Science and Latin American Studies. After a year of happily working for UNICEF Peru, she’s back in Toronto and loves to converse with people who are interested in International Development.
Damian is, above all else, a performer. A graduate of the University of the West Indies and The Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts in Jamaica, he is now a hunt host, MC, actor, director and many many other things. Damian splits his time between Canada, the States and the Caribbean, and is an endless well of knowledge on all three. When he’s not working, Damian enjoys…well, we have no idea, we’ve never seen him not working. We can only assume when he’s not working, he’s just working on something else.
Chelsey discovered her love for marine art early in Halifax, where she was born and raised. During her childhood, she traveled across Canada living in Manitoba and settling in Ontario. As Chelsey’s landscape expanded, so did her art. She is now a renowned painter, writer and actor, all of which inform her unique skills as a hunt host. She can engage a crowd with ease, inviting them to step outside the mundane and into an abstract world of mystery and intrigue.
Jodi Sinden has been writing and hosting scavenger hunts for most of her life. When she’s not dreaming up new ideas for bringing adventure and intrigue into every day life, she’s hanging out with her husband and two daughters in London Ontario.