TIFFANY AYALIK is from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, and is Inuit from the Kugluktuk region in Nunavut. It was in the North, listening to stories from her elders, that she discovered her love of storytelling and the powerful change that hearing a story can bring about. After receiving her Diploma in Acting from Red Deer College, she continued her studies at the University of Alberta and graduated with distinction with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting. Tiffany travels across Canada and has performed in Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Finland, and Europe, sharing her blend of story, song, movement, and improv. She hosts a lifestyle documentary called , where she meets interesting people who are closely connected to the land and the food they harvest. is enjoyed across the North and in 47 million homes in the U.S. on the network. As a film actor, Tiffany’s work can be seen at many international film festivals. In Canada you can see her as Daphne on CBC’s , the full-length spin-off of the cult classic , and . Tiffany writes for film, television, and theatre, and she was a musical director and sketch writer for Mary Walsh’s touring comedy show, “Canada, it’s Complicated.” She produces film and media with her company, Copper Quartz Media, based out of Yellowknife. When she isn’t touring, performing, or composing, Tiffany enjoys teaching as a guest faculty member at The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and works with musicians, dancers and storytellers.