Chassidy Sule was born & raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She has one of the most outgoing/ friendly personalities.
She created a fitness page initially as a mental health healing journey and to track her fitness progress. This, later on, turned into a passion for fitness and creating content relating to fitness.

Chassidy is big on wanting to help others grow as she feels everyone should win, not just herself.

She is an influencer in the making & as a content creator, it takes patience, practice, creativity & dedication. Chassidy is committed to staying focused on this interest not only as it makes her happy, but also in hopes of it impacting someone else’s life in a positive way.

If you’re looking for a positive genuine influence on your health or fitness journey make sure to follow her fitness-orientated page @getfitwithchass

“PenDragon”: (she/her) an Indigenous/2SLGBTQIA+ flow artist who utilizes face paint and props to create unique characters that engage the audience in an immersive world of artistry and movement. Debuting as a performer in 2021, she has appeared on multiple stages in venues across Halifax and Nova Scotia, including Electric Pines Music Festival, Underground Love Affair, New Affiliation HFX, East Coast Emo Night, Future Winter, and the Atlantic Sex Show!

When she’s not appearing on stage for flow, Sweeny spends her time creating visual art and body paintings under her other business: “PenScratch Paintings: Art by Lauren D. Sweeny”, a small but growing business in Kjipuktuk(Halifax), NS. Self taught with no formal art education, Sweeny draws inspiration from her love of music, movement, and the creative humans around her.

Concierge and Harm Reductionist by Day, Flow Performer, Visual Artist, and Body Painter by night, Lauren is a colourful soul with many layers.

All upcoming shows, bookings, inquiries, links, and information can be found here



Meghan is settled on the east coast of Canada in Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia. She’s a St. Mary’s University graduate where she completed a double major in psychology and philosophy. Meghan has made efforts to help people that cross her path in whatever capacity they need.

In addition to working in the financial industry, she is a podcaster, digital creator and business owner.

She wants others to have the life they want, and she’s showing others how to do it while she curates that for herself. In her newest venture, Meghan wants to provide everyone with an experience that doesn’t require a passport or plane ticket. All it takes is one experience to open up a whole new world and a shift in lifestyle.

Check her out @meghanbetter



Ugochukwu Onyekwere is a Nigerian photographer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Over the last five years, Ugo’s work has encompassed a wide range of photographic genres, including portraiture, documentary, event, and fashion photography.

Ugo’s passion for the creative process has recently translated into video production, where he is experimenting with creative and stylistic approaches to story-telling through directing and post-production.

He also expresses martial arts through kickboxing and fitness exercises, and he enjoys motivating those around him to stay fit.

Check him out @joseph.u_

Daniella originates from sunny and beautiful Ghana in West Africa and was born into a very close-knit large family of six. She now resides in what she likes to call her second home, Canada. She has been fortunate enough to travel quite a bit and absolutely loves it, and from her travels, she sees the beauty and art in everything, from sunsets to clouds, to faces and fabrics.
From her infancy, she has gravitated towards art, fashion or anything of a creative nature. She has styled for fashion shoots and enjoys bringing beauty out of everyone! Having been gifted her artistic ability by God, she tries to showcase Him in all aspects of her work. When she noticed that her creativity could evoke beautiful emotions, she thought it important to share this gift with the world!
She has done book covers like that of “Afraid of the Dark” byGuyleigh Johnson and completed her full-length illustration of the book titled “Father Song – the book” by Owen O’ Sound Lee in 2022. She published her website, where she sells commissioned pieces,
Daniella is a fun-loving Christian, who loves to enjoy everyday life, as she sees each day as a blessing. Recruiter by day and artist as a lifestyle, Daniella loves to collaborate and make connections wherever she goes with her bubbly personality and enthusiastic zeal for life!
As a lifelong artist, Gloire Paluku also Known as Aelfaz Arts grew up in Makindye, Kampala, Uganda, born in D.R. Congo in 2001. He does not have a lot of school experience as an artist but joined a few classes as he was in high school because art was all the things he wanted and a part of his Gene.
Aelfaz is always looking for the next opportunity to translate his everyday experiences, with the major of painting into artistic expressions and world since 2010. His approach and output are constantly evolving as he hones his personal style. However, he refuses to be typecast and works hard to ensure he does not repeat himself.
No matter what, Aelfaz Arts approaches each project with complete enthusiasm and total dedication. The image that he is living in now largely influences his creativity and art as a whole where he has always been pushing hard creativity and his passion to the higher boundaries and enjoys trying different styles.
He always comes up with inter-discipline for his art in his finding of new different ideas to make his art stands out and it preaches too.
A storyteller by ‘nurture’, Erica Meus-Saunders left the Bahamas and moved to Nova Scotia six years ago to attend film school. After graduating in 2017, she quickly became immersed in the film industry, working in various crew roles, and creating a few short docs, in which she held multiple roles as director, producer and camera.
Her short doc, The Dreamers – 9 mins, (producer & director), has played at FIN: AtlanticInternational Festival (2019), The Emerging Lens 2019 and the Halifax Black Film Festival 2020, and most recently “Music Resistance” (producer & director), has played at FIN 2022, HIFF2022, and St. John’s International Women's Festival 2022.
She’s just completed a scripted short, “Eua-Lander” through AFCOOP’s Film 5 program, which is currently on its festival run and has played at FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival (2022)and Silver Wave Film Festival (2022). Erica is also the current Executive Director of the AtlanticFilmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP).
One of her favourite quotes is, “If your dreams don’t scare you just a little, they’re not big enough.”
DeRico is a 7th-generation African Nova Scotian. He is the Senior Executive Advisor to the Deputy Minister, of the Province of Nova Scotia, in the Office of Equity and Anti-Racism Initiatives.
He is a founding member of two non-profit organizations in Halifax, ACCE HFX, and Gamechangers902. DeRico Symonds holds an undergraduate degree in Child & Youth Study (2012) and an MEd in counselling through Acadia University (2018). DeRico is also a nationally certified therapist with the Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy association.
DeRico volunteers his time with a multitude of endeavours such as supporting communities through incidents of violence, mentoring youth, making, and creating community connections and leading fundraisers for community members in need.

“If we all do a little, nobody has to do a lot alone” – DeRico Symonds

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Nizam Farah comes from a humble background of being a First generation Lebanese-Canadian. Being a child of an immigrant family who had a passion for their culture and values, he grew up part of his life in Lebanon. Coming back during the war to Canada was a significant culture shock.
After graduating from high school and having a passion for medicine, he decided to pursue medical school. However, after graduating from university a change of heart forced him to switch gears to being a paramedic.
Being a paramedic had its own problems, especially during current times. A pandemic, a new family and family health problems forced him to reconsider his life choices. Nizam decided to take a chance at opening a mobile tap van. His love for local small breweries and their flavours made it possible for him to be where he is today.