Tupik. the documentary film 

 

About

Holly Mititquq Nordlum

(Iñupiaq) Is an artist, born in Kotzebue, Alaska. Throughout her childhood Holly developed an appreciation for her culture, arts, and life in the arctic. Holly attended the University of Alaska, Anchorage and completed a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree, since she has been an award winning multi-media artist and activist.

Maya Sialuk Jacobson

(Inuit) Maya has been in the tattoo business for 15 years but a health issue made using the "machine" impossible, and a blessing in disguise, as now she has been studing traditional hand tattoing for years and is now known for her knowledge of INUIT tattooing and her dedication to it's revival.

Tanya Telemaque

(Iñupiaq and Haitian) Is an up and coming filmmaker who studied film in Arizona, worked in LA for years.  Since relocating to Anchorage, Alaska she has been doing exciting work and has taken on Tupik, the documentary film.

 

Richard A Cooper

Richard A. Cooper has 15 years of experience in the production world and is a 5 time Emmy® Award winning Post Production Supervisor, Editor and Director of Photography. Building the right creative team for each individual project is critical to achieving high caliber, creative and effective videos

 

Priscilla Hensley Holthouse

(Iñupiaq) is a writer and artist based in Anchorage, where she lives with her husband and child. Her family roots are in Kikiktagruk and Anchorage.Priscilla has worked in communications, research and the arts in a variety of settings. She now provides communications consulting services, working collaboratively with clients to help them tell their stories and reach their goals. Priscilla is a graduate of the University of Alaska Anchorage, where she earned an interdisciplinary B.A. in dance and anthropology.

Holly Mititquq Nordlum
Holly Mititquq Nordlum
Maya Sialuk Jacobson
Maya Sialuk Jacobson
Tanya Telemaque
Holly Mititquq Nordlum
Maya Sialuk Jacobson
Richard A Cooper


Maya Sialuk Jacobson
Priscilla Hensley Holthouse