Suzanne left the Rock in 1993 after graduating from Memorial University with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree to find work on the mainland. A year later she enrolled in Television Broadcasting at Algonquin College, where she earned the Charles Tierney Award for Academic Excellence. Graduating in 1996, Suzanne immediately began freelancing in the film and TV industry beginning with a contract at the Summer Institute for producers, writers and directors. Suzanne has worked in a variety of production roles from Craft to Production Assistant to Production manager to Producer on commercials, music videos, documentaries and feature films. For almost a decade, she worked with Hot Docs, North America’s largest documentary film festival in Toronto. She finished her time at Hot Docs and in Toronto, by releasing a documentary film called Cat Ladies. Now she has come home and is honoured and privileged to be working as the General Manager at Resource Centre for the Arts, the heart and soul of St. John’s artistic community.
Peter has been a working member of the St. John’s and Newfoundland Arts Community since graduating from Sir Wilfred Grenfell College in 1994. He worked as a professional actor in the Province until 2003. He has volunteered with numerous arts organizations, most importantly with RCA where he chaired the LSPU Hall Facilities Committee from 2001 – 2003. In 2004 Peter made the transition from the stage to behind the scenes. In that time he has worked with Rising Tide Theatre as Marketing Coordinator, and helped coordinate the national touring production of Rising Tide Theatre’s “No Man’s Land” by Kevin Major in the spring of 2006. He has been Operations Manager with Resource Centre for the Arts since the fall of 2007.