Ashton Davis is a college student who loves to help others in any way she can. She is a passionate photographer and Photoshop user. Along with this came the enjoyment of design and movie production.
The Pixel Project is an important part of her life in knowing that she is making a difference and she is pleased to have the opportunity to contribute her skills to the cause.
Evan is the husband of Jennifer, father of Jarrett and Ashton, adventurer, activist, speaker, documentary filmmaker, director of It’s a Girl Movie and human rights advocate. His passion is to create (and equip others to create) strategic media communication tools that impact culture through storytelling methods that engage the heart. Having encountered the scope of violence against women throughout the world in his travels, he sees advocating for equality and justice for women as a key priority.
Evan is the long-time video editor for The Pixel Project, helping the team develop the signature Pixel Project PSA format for various campaigns including Read For Pixels and Who Is Your Male Role Model?
You can learn more about Evan’s work at www.evangraedavis.com.
Kimberly is a freelance graphic designer living in Sydney, Australia. She is originally from the USA.
She works as both a graphic designer and a psychotherapist, having trained in both design and counselling over the years. Through her work she is dedicated to advocating for women’s rights, and fighting the stigma associated with mental illness.
As a graphic designer for the Pixel Project, she hopes that her visuals can provide hope and support to women experiencing abuse, connecting them through the power of social media. She is excited to be a part of the Pixel Project in a role that can combine both of her passions.
An Emmy Award winning cultural and natural history documentary filmmaker for PBS affiliates, Leslie is grateful to the Pixel Project for an opportunity to share her skills to support gender equality and help stop violence against women. She endured sexism and misogyny in television and was in an abusive marriage for many years. Leslie is now dedicated to following her own path, and takes great joy in mentoring younger women artists and filmmakers.