Dev Ramsawakh is an award-winning disabled, transmasculine and diasporic Indo-Caribbean storyteller and educator whose work focuses on community, arts and decolonization. They often refer to themselves as a “living archive.” Dev’s short films have been screened at film festivals and their writing has been in the likes of VICE, The Toronto Star, Chatelaine, CBC and Xtra. Dev produces Radio LUMI for Luminato Festival Toronto and has worked as a consultant for various institutions. Dev’s practice has been supported by the Ontario Arts Council, LIFT, Tangled Art+Disability, and SKETCH Working Arts. They also facilitate workshops independently and with CRIP Collective around disability justice, media, storytelling, and more.