Shanice Bernicky
Montréal native, Shanice Bernicky is currently a Masters student in the Media Studies program at Concordia University. Coming from a background in Communication Studies with a focus on video production, she is currently pursuing a research-creation type thesis which explores the segregated hair salon industry in her hometown.

When she is not in the CJ building at Loyola Campus (which is rare), she works as a video editing assistant. One project through editing can become many, it is all about rearranging the scaffolding to access new levels of engagement. 

  • Hot Mess: a short documentary on the culture and community of the waacking dance scene in Montreal.
  • Invisible Women: a short documentary about the story of Rose Henry and discussing the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada
  • CDN