Dennis Day was born in Grand Falls, Newfoundland, in 1960. He studied classical music and psychology before graduating in media-based art from the Ontario College of Art in Toronto, in 1984. He has produced a number of videos known for their strong use of editing, rich colours and humour. He has won a number of international prizes including the «Prix à la Création Artistique du Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec» (Les Rendez-Vous du Cinéma Québecois, 2001), the “Bulloch Award” for best short film, at the Inside/Out Gay & Lesbian Festival in Toronto (1997), the “Videofest Award” (Berlin, 1995) and the “Young Director’s Award” (Geneva, Switzerland, 1988). His work has been included in a number of museum exhibitions, including the Museum of Modern Art (New York) and the National Gallery of Canada, in Ottawa. Television broadcasts include PBS (USA), TV Ontario, CBC, Vision TV, (Canada), NHK (Japan) and Canal+ (France). Dennis divides his time between Montréal and Toronto.