Lesley Marshall is an intermedia artist currently working on independent audio visual projects in Ottawa. An award-winning filmmaker and graduate of the University of Ottawa, Lesley has worked as an independent curator (Available Light Screening Collective, Arboretum Festival); filmmaker, musician, and performance artist under the name LesleyDemon and Lesley 666; instructor and committee member of SAW Video Media Art Centre. In 2016, Lesley completed a residency at Artscape Gibraltar Point to complete a 16mm film commission with the Windows Collective which later screened at the Artefact Film Festival in Calgary 2018. In 2017 Lesley was awarded a mentorship grant with the City of Ottawa to study large format intermedia work in Montreal. Projection art by Lesley has accompanied musician Flying Horses, the award-winning play Half Life, featured at Fashion Pop in Pop Montreal, and curation for projections at Arboretum Festival, One World Film Festival, Ottawa International Animation Festival, Ottawa Explosion, and Asinabka Film + Media Festival. Lesley works currently the CEO of MAVN (Marshall Audio Visual Network) a production, media and music industry consulting house. Productions by Lesley have been awarded municipal, provincial and federal funding. In spring 2018 - Dollar Bin DJ was shortlisted by Telefilm Microfilm and SAW Video. Lesley’s latest interactive 360 video projection work Green Gazing was funded through the OAC for development in 2019. MAVN are now working in VR and AR. Music videos made by Lesley have been featured on Vice, Exclaim!, Brooklyn Vegan, Aux, Rookie Mag, Stereogum, and UPROXX.