Makeup Artist, Workshop Instructor
She/HerGaylynne Fell has been a makeup artist across Canada and the United States for over 17 years and returned to Edmonton in 2004. Obtaining her makeup for film and television diplomas from Joe Blasco in Orlando Florida, and also Vancouver Film School she is well versed on the the many aspects of the industry. A love for special effects and editorial makeup has lead her to work with many photographers, designers, film crews and theater productions, showcasing her unique style and love of classic movie monsters as well as the beauty side of makeup. She is a former Makeup Instructor for many years as well as the first instructor to create a curriculum and manage an Advanced Special Effects Makeup diploma program in the province of Alberta. She is currently the owner and lead Makeup Artist/ Creative Director of The Makeup Art Space, a private makeup studio and retail store in Edmonton that exclusively sells her own brand of makeup; Gaylynne Fell Artistry Collection.
She/HerNicole has been a Scenic Artist since 1997, and started with the Citadel Theatre around the year 2000. She is currently the Head Scenic Artist with the Citadel Theatre. She has painted for most of the larger theatre companies in Edmonton, and also had a short stint in Ontario for 3 months working for Shaw Festival in Niagara on the Lake. Nicole studied Theatre Production at Grant MacEwan College (1994) and has also done the work study program at the Banff Centre (2001).
She/HerChelsea Kerr is a freelance hairstylist hailing from Edmonton, AB. With a family involved in theatre, television, and movie production, her knack for cosplay and wig styling began early as she designed, built, and showcased wigs and costumes beginning in high school. As an always crafty person, she taught herself many crafts and techniques that she still uses today when working on costumes or projects. After successfully graduating from Marvel College’s school of hair design, she entered the workforce immediately and has spent 6 years honing her craft and found a specialty in unique colours and colour corrections. She also serves as a wig builder and designer for members of Edmonton’s drag community. Recently, she has begun pursuing her life long dream of working in stage productions and hopes to continue to pursue it in the future. Outside of work, Chelsea enjoys other crafty pleasures such as cross stitch and knitting and she is also a giant nerd. You can see all she has to offer on her instagram, @hairbychelseakerr