Chantelle Oliver has lived in baby blue cars, west coast orphanages and a mobile home with gold shag carpets which she imagined to be a castle. Her intimate relationship with popular culture is a result of childhood isolation. she communicates using the aesthetic of video, using it to open up dialogues with people who aren't talking. She is currently a University of Toronto student and partner in fledgling Nobody's Perfect A/V Productions. Her newest projects involve "sledding" and the deeper meaning within the work of Jane Lockhart and Kitty Bartholomew.