Daniel Clarkson Fisher is a Toronto-based writer and educator whose most recent work is the Chinese Jamaican Oral History Project (CJOHP.org), a digital storytelling initiative inspired by his partner Stephanie Lyn and her family. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Media from Ryerson University, and is currently a contract lecturer in that program. Danny has also co-edited one book and contributed chapters to several others. He has also written for the Oral History Review Blog, H-Net, PopMatters, New Politics, Alternet, Bright Lights Film Journal, Nonfics, Diabolique, Culture Matters, the Journal of Religion and Film, and many other publications. In addition, he has presented at conferences including the Society for Cinema and Media Studies; the American Academy of Religion; and the Emerging Scholars Symposium on Oral History, Digital Storytelling, and Creative Practice. You can read his blog about oral history, documentary arts, and their various points of intersection at danielclarksonfisher.com.