Eliot Britton (b.1983) – integrates electronic, audiovisual and instrumental music through an energetic and colourful personal language. His award winning creative output reflects an eclectic musical experience, from gramophones to videogames, drum machines to orchestras. Currently Britton is cross appointed between Music Technology and Composition at the University of Toronto Faculty of Music. There he is working on the opening of a new collaborative research centre for brain, performance and music creation as well as the renovation and re-launching of the UofT’s historic Electronic Music Studio (UTEMS). A tireless supporter of emerging and diverse Canadian talent Britton is co-director of the Cluster New Music and Integrated Arts Festival in Manitoba. He is a member of the Manitoba Métis Federation and has a passion for interdisciplinary collaboration.