Philip Akin is an award-winning actor, and is presently the artistic director of Toronto’s lauded Obsidian Theatre Company.
He has used and collected fountain pens for many years, and is the organizer and driving force behind Scriptus.
He can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Armstrong lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He specializes in the restoration and conservation of vintage writing equipment, and is owner of the Restorer’s Art web site.
He is doing the web stuff, branding, and promotion. And is cheering on Phil, who doesn’t really need it.
He can be contacted at: email@example.com
Lisa Cox lives in Cambridge, Ontario with her husband, cat, and way too many pens. A long-time member of the Cambridge Pen Club, she has been a fountain pen user and collector for many years. Her collection reflects her diverse interests but is particularly fond of anything made by Lamy.
When not discovering a bottle of ink she forgot she bought or trawling fpn, Lisa can be found at the University of Guelph and Ontario Veterinary College, where she teaches history and serves as the Curator of the C.A.V. Barker Museum of Canadian Veterinary History.
She doing logistics, floor management, and volunteer coordination for Scriptus.
She can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Priscilla Yu discovered fountain pens only a year ago, but now considers herself fountain pen obsessed, especially after attending the DC Pen Show for the first time this past year. She’s a fan of sheeny Sailor inks in the diamond style bottles, broad nibs, and anything stationery related from Japan. When not playing with all of her pens, she’s a certified yoga instructor who enjoys photography and dreaming up her next travel adventure.
She is coordinating the Scriptus raffle.
She can be contacted at: email@example.com