Carolyn (Jay) Wu --they/them-- is a non-binary settler working in Tkaronto of Hong Kong diaspora. They are a writer, director, development executive, and community organizer. Their film IN MY MOTHER’S CLOSET has screened at Wicked Queer: Boston LGBT Film Festival, and Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival. Their most recent short film project TOE THE LINE (2021) won Breakthroughs Film Festival’s 2019 Pitch Competition. JO (2018) has more than 8 million views on YouTube. They are currently a development executive at Bell Media where they develop content for national broadcaster CTV and Canadian streaming service Crave. Carolyn moved from intern to leading national television show Q on CBC Television through a total rebranding as Acting Senior Producer from 2015-2017. Carolyn also started and co-organizes Colour Theory, an event that celebrates short films of all sizes, genres, and budgets made exclusively by Black, Indigenous, or people of colour filmmakers who identify as 2SLGBTQ (2SQTBIPOC). They use filmmaking to make their bold POV as a Canto transmasculine storyteller known. They focus on intimate character-driven stories that centre the voices of racialized queer and gender-diverse people, always. Carolyn strives to continue disrupting film industry and building space for racialized queers to heal, create, and thrive.