Each Season of That's My DJ follows a different character within the electronic music scene in Toronto. From heartbeat to heartbreak, chasing dreams and chasing highs, it's an unapologetic look at music, cliques and artists all trying to find their place within the new order of rave.
D.W. Waterson is the award winning Director and Founder of Night is Y Productions dedicated to uniting the talents of filmmakers, actors, and musicians to tell visually stunning, dynamic stories. Creator and Director of the award winning series That’s My DJ.
James Poremba works primarily out of Toronto, Canada as a Cinematographer and Steadicam Operator. James has immersed himself in the many facets of the profession over the last decade, diving into narrative, documentary and corporate/commercial projects.
Emily Piggford was born and raised on Vancouver Island, B.C. and began acting at age 11 in musical theatre. Her interests in acting, singing, writing and dance eventually led her to earn a BFA in theatre from the University of Victoria. Following university, Piggford moved to Toronto to pursue screenwork.
Lebanese born, Switzerland/Montreal raised actor Jade Hassouné is a graduate of John Abbott College with a focus in Professional Theatre and later became a resident at the Canadian Film Centre’s Actor’s Conservatory 2012.
Kristian Bruun is currently in production on “Carter,” Sony’s upcoming procedural drama series with Jerry O’Connell and Sydney Tamiia Poitier, and most recently he starred as Donnie Hendrix in BBC America’s award-winning hit sci-fi series “Orphan Black.”
Kelly McCormack is an internationally award winning actor, screenwriter, musician and
Executive Producer of Floyder Films Inc. She is currently playing the resident science nerd
Zeph on Killjoys (Syfy/Space) and has appeared alongside James Franco in JJ Abrams’ series
11.22.63 (Hulu) and Ricky Gervais in Special Correspondents (Netflix).