Jamie Ross (born in 1987) is a contemporary artist educated outside the university, a preschool teacher, community gardener, activist and witch. He creates and documents Queer community grounded in the artistic traditions of his cultural and biological ancestors. Power is central to Jamie's videos: the power of incarcerated Pagans to activate liberatory imagination, the numinous power of ritual speech acts and historical street song, and the world-altering power of living objects and places.His video works have been screened and installed as exhibitions in Mexico, Chile, England, Argentina, Colombia, Sweden, Japan, USA, South Korea, South Africa and throughout Canada. Recent shows were mounted at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Morelia (Mexico), the Klondike Institute for Art and Culture (Dawson City, Yukon Territory), at Plug In ICA (Winnipeg, Canada), at Lugar a Dudas (Cali, Colombia), and for Montreal's Momenta Biennale de l'image. Despite widespread fagabondry, Jamie lives and works in Montreal.