Bronwyn Preece is honoured to have the privilege of living on the unceded Traditional Territories of the L̓il̓wat7úl and Skwxwú7mesh Peoples in Whistler, BC. This awareness brings with it many levels of responsibility, humbleness, transparency and collaborative possibilities. She is a multi-disciplinary, community-engaged arts practitioner. She holds a PhD in Performance, along with a MA and BFA in Applied Theatre. She has taught, facilitated workshops, and performed internationally. Her publications range from academic chapters to children’s books. She is the author of Gulf Islands Alphabet (2012) and Sea to Sky Alphabet (forthcoming 2023). All of her artistic and educational work aims towards cultivating place-based awarenesses and small acts of reconciliatory repair. Bronwyn is an avid, solo backcountry, multi-day backpacker and hiker who writes on the trail.