Justis has been guiding at Camp Temagami since 2006, after six years of being a camper. For him, there’s nothing like seeing Canada the way its first inhabitants did; tripping unlocks the austere blue and green truths of our country obscured by its cityscapes. On trip, Justis loves the sound of his axe into dry cedar, the smell of a boggy unloading site, and the huge grins on campers’ faces after they’ve just carried their first wanigan or canoe, and his favourite trip meal is Clam Bacon Alfredo. Justis lives in Toronto and works as the Director of Facilities and Productions at The Theatre Centre. During his spare time, he volunteers at the Toronto Tool Library, plays and coaches rugby, and writes and produces independent theatre.