Performing Art – Vancouver, BC

Kevan Anthony Cameron, a.k.a. Scruffmouth, is a Canadian-Jamaican spoken word artist, poet and scribe with the ability to disseminate ancient indigenous knowledge in contemporary forms of creative expression. He is creative director of Black Dot Roots and Culture Collective (that produces the Hogan’s Alley Poetry Festival & Pan African Slam on an annual basis), a full member and performer with the Association for Canadian Television and Radio Actors (ACTRA), a seasoned facilitator of spoken word poetry workshops (WordPlay, BeDRoCC Poetry) as well as an international Blackademic. The natural afro dread locks that he rocks remind him to walk his talk. His current project, Spoken Notebook is an audiovisual spoken dub enhanced cd with graphic poetry liner notes. He is the co-editor of The Great Black North: Contemporary African Canadian Poetry. He lives in Burnaby, BC and grew up in Sherwood Park, AB. Kev likes the colour Maroon. @Scruffmouth ...more