Dianne is a new resident of Bobcaygeon, having fallen in love with the Kawarthas as a Trent student, and has spent over 10 years living in the region. She's a big believer that the quality of our community is deeply enriched by the arts. Dianne has volunteered with the Etobicoke School for the Arts where her daughter majored in drama and film, and recently retired as a senior leader at the ROM. Her personal passion is photography and storytelling through photos and text. Dianne has mounted exhibitions throughout Ontario, including CONTACT in Toronto and the SPARK Photo Festival in Peterborough. Dianne volunteers on the 2015 SPARK organizing committee, the marketing committee of the Community Foundation of Greater Peterborough, and is a board member of the Canadian Canoe Museum.