Clayton Lee is a Toronto-based performance artist, curator and producer. He is currently the Rhubarb Festival Director at Buddies in Bad Times. Previous performances include (◕‿◕✿) at The Performance Arcade in Wellington, New Zealand and Chapter’s EXPERIMENTICA in Cardiff, Wales; Duets for Beginners (SummerWorks Performance Festival); Chew, Chew, Swallow, Spit (Buddies in Bad Times’ Rhubarb Festival); and Informal Beginnings (Katzman Contemporary’s Duration & Dialogue II). His publication Brandy, the Virgin Slayer – Missed Connections appears as part of the BOOK MACHINE Project at Centre Pompidou in Paris, now part of its permanent Kandinsky Collection. Clayton is also the Managing Producer of Selfconscious Productions. Selfconscious Productions is primarily focused on the internationalization of Canadian artists, producing international tours for productions like Counting Sheep and We Keep Coming Back. It also annually presents CanadaHub at the Edinburgh Fringe, the first nation-based venue at the Fringe which serves as a showcase for 5 Canadian productions.