For booking inquiries, collaborations or press, please contact Clea Minaker directly:


Thank you!


4 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Dear Clea,

    I am editor of graphic bird watching and was wondering if you would be interested in an interview and feature at GBW. We would like to suggest an interview in regarding your work, as well as featuring a clip/ movie showing your work.

    Let me know if this would be something you would be interested in.
    Best wishes,

    Our common aim is to connect, support and promote female designers & artists everywhere. We do this through concrete actions such as initiating dialogue, curating showcases and arranging participatory activities. We organise talks and events, highlight role models and reveal mentors, scout for new talent worldwide and create opportunities for collaboration, knowledge-transfers and recognition.

  2. Valérie says:


    I work in exposition, video and events.
    I just meet Karine Sauvé yesterday and we will be working together in the next few weeks.
    She mention that she worked with you.
    I saw Feist show and was amazed by the visual universe of it and didn’t know who was behind it. I would like very much to meet you .

    Have a nice saturday 🙂


  3. Hey Clea! I’ve been wanting to get in touch with you. But I think your old email account got completely infected a while back. Anyway how are you? I’ve had lots happen since we last spoke, including a two month tour of North America with a puppet show.

    What’s the best way to get in touch?

    my email is still byrnepower (at) hot mail (dot) com

    From chilly Alaska with warmth

  4. Guy Doucette says:

    Dear Clea Minaker!

    I hope all is well! I just wanted to drop a line to say thank you for being inspirational! I have been working with shadow puppetry and projection work in my theatrical productions for several years now and it is growing every year in its ambitions and creativity. Please find here some links to four shadow puppetry music videos that I created along with the help of my friend Micharne Cloughley and Craig Morrison. I hope that you enjoy them even a fraction of how much I’ve enjoyed seeing your work.
    All the best and look forward to seeing what else you create in the years to come,
    ~ Guy

    Frowning at the Dust in Our Eyes:

    For Giving:

    Left Behind:

    It Takes All Kinds:

    Guy Doucette
    Artistic Director of Back Burner Productions
    Est. 2004

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