Katrina Olson-Mottahed is a Canadian artist, art collector and an advocate for the arts who has become a culture curator and influencer. Her unique fine art viewpoint and personal style sets her apart in the fashion and film landscape.
A university educated and practicing artist, her adoration for the arts covers all forms, from classics, to fashion, street art to the silver screen. Katrina has made it her business to connect all things art related.
Katrina’s ability to go from concept to completion has influenced a set of leading creative minds; ensuring her signature style is made present. The hybridization of art + film coupled with her unique personal style led her to build an online platform connecting contemporary culture from the perspective of wearing, watching and creating art.
Currently in addition to curating katrinaolson.ca, Katrina is the Co-Founder and director of the Canadian International Fashion Film Festival (CANIFFF).
Emily Mody is passionate about film and art. She finished her Bachelor of Arts Honours in Film Studies and continues to emphasize film as her favoured artistic practice. While in school she interned for three summers at the Canadian Paraplegic Association where she edited vignettes on clients. Emily has experience in editing and working on a documentary film which you will soon see more of on the site.
Emily’s goal is to inspire and empower artists to find their creative identity, which is totally in line with KatrinaOlson.ca’s mandate. Through this site Emily hopes to accomplish this goal by offering a critical and unbiased viewpoint on film and art.