Kerry Potts directed and conceived Love on the Street. Kerry Potts is a proud Teme-Augama-Anishnaabe woman of mixed heritage who has worked in urban Aboriginal communities in Ottawa, Toronto and Chiang Mai, Thailand. Involved with initiatives that include working with Aboriginal social service organizations coordinating women’s and youth programming, and working with street-involved youth to delver anti-discrimination workshops, she is also formerly the Assistant Manager to Juno Award winning singer-songwriter Susan Aglukark. Kerry is the Managing & Development Director at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.

Andrew McAllister shot, edited and created sound design for Love on the Street. Andrew McAllister is a video artist and photographer. A graduate of the Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK, McAllister has been locating a new sublime in the urban landscape using a video camera. Previously exhibited at International Biennale of Contemporary Art, National Gallery Prague, Century Gallery (London) and Sis Boom Bah (Toronto) in Out and About, GARDENfresh (Chicago), Oxo Tower (London) in Response/Ability and at FotoFestival Naarden (Netherlands). McAllister currently holds the title of Manager, Academic Computing at the Ontario College of Art & Design.