our team

Pax Directors Curriculum and Training Business Development Key Production Personnel

Andreas Ua'Siaghail

President, Chief Creative Officer, Producer

Visual Artist, Photographer, award-winning Radio Broadcaster and Interactive Designer Andreas Ua'Siaghail has led teams designing and producing web sites and computer based training for Fortune 100 clients. Excited and passionate about the opportunities for richmedia, Andreas has held to a consistent viewpoint: The story to be told - the message - is paramount. And a compelling narrative requires the fluent communication of not just information but ideas, values, emotion and thought.

Sean Hopen

Chief Executive Officer, CTO, Producer

Sean Hopen has a degree in Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science from U of T. For the last twenty years he has been developing software and for the last twelve he has managed software development teams. He believes we are most human, intelligent and beautiful when we play, and the new media can add a new dimension to our play. His passion is telling stories and developing software that‘s good for people without them knowing it.

curriculum + Training

Dr. Carole Anne Reed

Curriculum development:
Teacher Guides

Well known and respected in human rights circles for her work as Director of the Toronto Holocaust Centre, Dr. Reed has years of experience both as a curriculum developer and author. She has made it her educational mission to teach and inform people about human rights and genocide. Dr. Reed is currently Co-Director of the graduate diploma program of Holocaust and Genocide Education at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto.

Sean Lowrie

Training development

An independent consultant specializing in training within the humanitarian community, Lowrie has worked in the humanitarian relief sector since 1990. His experience includes complex emergency relief in Africa with national and international non-governmental organizations. In 1994 he was a team leader with the NGO CARE Canada, and witnessed the effects of the Rwandan tragedy from Tanzania, assisting over 110,000 Rwandan refugees. Lowrie is currently the Training Manager for the Sphere Project, an interagency standards initiative, to raise the quality and accountability of disaster response work.

Business development

Sheila Robinson

Business Development - Europe

Sheila Robinson is Joint Managing Director of Solvebrand, a business development and strategic marketing company with an expanding remit for New Media companies. She has been involved in product commercialisation for over 20 years and developed the environment for New Media business partnerships during the 1990s.


Lesley Kruger

Photogragh ©Helen Tansey


Lesley Krueger is a novelist and filmmaker who was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and educated at the University of B.C. A 2003 screenwriting graduate from The Canadian Film Centre, she is the award-winning author of five books and a writer for the cutting-edge New Media project, Pax Warrior. She currently has five film and TV projects in development.

Lesley’s third novel, The Corner Garden, was released by Penguin Books in 2003 to widespread critical acclaim. She is the author of two other novels, a travel book and a collection of short stories. As a former member of the board of directors of PEN Canada, Lesley wrote The PEN Canada Handbook for Writers and Other Literary Professionals Living in Exile in Canada, now adapted for international use. She was also project manager for Making Meaning, a groundbreaking collaboration between PEN Canada and The Art Gallery of Ontario.

Lesley Krueger teaches creative writing at Ryerson University, and lives in Toronto with her husband and son.

Bill Cameron


Bill Cameron is one of Canada's best-known and most-respected journalists. He began as a magazine writer moving from Star Weekly to The Toronto Star and Macleans. His broadcast career started with Global Television, during which time he reported from Rhodesia, Jamaica, Britain and throughout North America.

Cameron moved to Toronto's Citytv in 1979 as late news anchorman, and then to CBC-TV's The Journal as documentary reporter and producer. He has reported from combat zones around the world and conducted interviews from heads of state to artists and criminals. He has also written and produced numerous documentaries from such places as Rwanda, the West Bank and Nicaragua. Currently he is the chief reporter and interviewer for the iChannel network and Communication Ethics Chair at Ryerson University. The Gemini Award-winner who wears many hats: novelist, playwright, independent broadcaster, currently lives in Toronto.

Leonard j. Paul


Composer - the Living Monument

Leonard Paul attained his Honours degree in Computer Science at Simon Fraser University in BC, Canada with an Extended Minor in Music concentrating in electroacoustics. He has a ten year history in video game audio coding and composing.

As a professional musician and composer, he has worked with film, theatre and dance. He was the composer for the multi-award winning documentary The Corporation by Mark Achbar which was awarded the best documentary at Sundance 2004 and one of the top ten Canadian films at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival. He is also the composer for the winning entry of the 24 Hour Film Festival in Vancouver for November 2002 with the film Double Blind. He composed for the anti-war multimedia dance project Painting Peace which was was awarded entry into the 2003 Barcellona Video Dansa Festival. In theatre, he scored music for strings and performed live multi-channel diffusion electroacoustics for the Tempest in a Teacup production Revolutions. In March 2003, he toured in Germany with Urban Guerilla Records playing clubs as Freaky DNA in Hamburg, Munich and Berlin.

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