The 2021-2022 Projector team is a blend of storytellers from the Creative Communications program who value integrity, diversity, and good coffee. We’re a tight-knit group with a range of strengths and backgrounds, and we are proud to inform and represent the student body at Red River College.

Photos by Josh Kjarsgaard

Georgia Dalke (she/her)

Georgia Dalke (she/her)

Editor-in-Chief

Georgia is a solid team player who is always ready with a positive attitude and good work ethic. You can often find her at a hockey game, starting an assignment early, or searching for the best chicken fingers in the city. But no matter how busy she is, she’ll always make time to hang out with friends, or just be a listening ear. Georgia values building common ground with people and making space for others to share their experiences.

editor@theprojector.ca

Tyler Searle (he/him)

Tyler Searle (he/him)

News Editor

Tyler is a collector of words and stories. He is fascinated by people and concise sentences. His father was a cowboy and his mother is a saint—he strives to be something in between. When he isn’t reading or writing, Tyler enjoys playing cards, watching sports, and roughhousing with his brothers. He aspires to publish a novel and own a home with a white picket fence. 

newseditor@theprojector.ca

Joshua Frey-Sam (he/him)

Joshua Frey-Sam (he/him)

Sports and Lifestyle Editor

Josh Frey-Sam is a little crazier than your average sports fan. If you name a sports topic, he’ll talk with you about it. With aspirations of being a sportscaster, Josh plans on graduating from CreComm as a journalism major. If you see Josh in the halls, don’t be afraid to strike up a conversation about what’s going on in the world of sports.

sportseditor@theprojector.ca

Jules Stevenson (she/her)

Jules Stevenson (she/her)

Arts and Culture Editor

Jules Stevenson is a spite-fueled artist who dyes her hair instead of sleeping. She is the author of atrophy, a self-published collection of poetry. Her work has appeared in Prairie Fire, Voices Magazine, and Reverie Review, as well as online performances and competitions. A performer through and through, Jules loves being on camera and behind the mic. Maybe it’s the calling of the lights…or maybe she just likes attention. Either way, you can probably catch her at a poetry slam in some hipster bar.

artseditor@theprojector.ca

samantha mcewan (she/her)

samantha mcewan (she/her)

Multimedia Editor

Sam is a talkative and friendly CreComm student who will never miss an opportunity to tell you how she went to Bali that one year. She’s passionate about social justice, creative writing, and storytelling through her designs. You can find her on a patio in West Broadway, where she lives with her partner and 18-year-old cat, Odie. You can also find her at a hipster bar listening to Jules’ poetry and sipping on a gin and tonic.

multimediaeditor@theprojector.ca

Emma Harbottle (she/her)

Emma Harbottle (she/her)

Digital Media Strategist

Emma values connection with others. For her, a good conversation and time spent with those close is extremely important to who she is. She’s fueled by others and feeds off the energy in a crowd. She firmly believes this connection to people extends online. She excels at pushing the boundaries of what’s possible—especially in the digital space. She loves writing and all things internet, and she’s always staying on top of creative digital trends.

media@theprojector.ca

Ainslee Asham (she/her)

Ainslee Asham (she/her)

News Beat Reporter

Ainslee is a fun lovin’ individual who loves to read, write, and stay up to date on all things local. She loves hard work, coffee, and band t-shirts (which you can find her in every day).

newsreporter@theprojector.ca

Margaret Spratt (she/her)

Margaret Spratt (she/her)

News Beat Reporter

Margaret Spratt is a first-year CreComm student. She has always loved sentences and finding different ways to fit them together like pieces from a puzzle. In the little spare time she has, Margaret enjoys reading and lounging with her cat, Sooka—or frantically trying to write seven novels at once. 

newsreporter@theprojector.ca

Bryce Hunt (he/him)

Bryce Hunt (he/him)

Sports and Lifestyle Beat Reporter

Bryce is a sports junkie who loves to tell stories. He understands the athlete and fan perspective, as he grew up watching and playing multiple sports. After he graduated high school, Bryce got a scholarship for college baseball in North Dakota, where he played for two years. In 2019, he decided to pursue a sports journalism career, so he retired his cleats and Gatorade for steno books and coffee. For any sports questions or story ideas, you can reach Bryce on Instagram or Twitter @brycehunt15. 

sportsreporter@theprojector.ca

Iris Dyck (she/her)

Iris Dyck (she/her)

Multimedia Beat Reporter

Iris is a CreComm student who loves old buildings, traveling, and petting every dog at the dog park. She moved to Winnipeg in 2009 from northern Saskatchewan and truly believes it is “one great city.” You can find her biking through a snowstorm or holed up in her apartment doing crafts.

reporter@theprojector.ca