Corinne Dunphy is a Nova Scotian documentary filmmaker and graduate of NSCAD University (BFA) and Ryerson University (MFA in documentary media). Her film “Well Fished” has been screened at over 30 festivals on an international spectrum. She is currently living in Iqaluit, Nunavut. She uses stories to engage, educate and help foster social change. As a visual storyteller, Dunphy gravitates towards everyday characters and trusts that character-driven documentaries can speak volumes on larger social issues. She is influenced and inspired by her travels, Betty Crocker cookbooks and Edward Gorey.