I am a member of the Centre for Imaginative Ethnography, a "cyber-collective" of scholars, artists, and activists who engage with different experimental ethnographic and performance studies methodologies as part of research, writing and creation projects that "integrate and fuse creative arts, digital media, and sensory ethnography." As part of a recent CIE "Imaginings" project exploring humour as a form of "imaginative ethnographic practice," I collaborated with Vancouver dance-theatre artist Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg and performance artist and scholar Tara Gallagher Harris on a short video that documents my time in (and out of) the studio creating a short movement-based comic monologue. I have written about some of my thinking behind the collaboration on the CIE website, which you can visit here, as well as in a recent article published in the Canadian Theatre Review. As for the actual video, included below, I'll let it speak for itself. Suffice to say, you'll probably never think of A Flock of Seagulls in quite the same way again.