Operations

Operations - Aviva WebbA

Aviva Webb

Production Coordinator - Toronto

Originally hailing from Vancouver, Aviva has been holding things down at the Paperny Entertainment office in Toronto, working with the post production teams on Chopped Canada and Cold Water Cowboys.  Prior to joining Paperny Entertainment Aviva attended the Film and Media program at Queen’s University, worked as an online editor for a Kingston-based publication called Muse Magazine, and interned with the hit Canadian entertainment show eTalk on CTV. Most recently Aviva has launched a website for university graduates who are looking to gain perspective on the “real world” outside of the college classroom.

Aside from her interest in television and media Aviva is always up for a game of soccer, is never seen without a leopard accessory, and is always planning her next trip to Vancouver.

Nicole Chisholm

Nicole Chisholm

Operations Manager

Nicole Chisholm has been from coast to coast and back again. A native of Salt Spring Island, she studied Sociology at Dalhousie University in Halifax before returning home to the Left Coast to begin her professional career. She has since worked as a Digital Operations Specialist and an Office Administrator for a pair of progressive startups, and is excited to bring her skillset to the TV industry as a member of Paperny’s top notch Operations team. In her spare time Nicole loves hanging out with her close-knit family and recently became obsessed with Dungeons & Dragons.

Ryleigh

Ryleigh Walsh

Executive Assistant

Ryleigh Walsh has lived in more cities than she’d care to mention (or can remember to be honest), and as a former airline manager has spent more time in airports than any other location in the last decade. But after wandering outside one day and discovering a whole world beyond the departure gates, she decided to try something new and began a career as a freelance writer and editor. In her free time, she publishes a print-only literary journal entitled Skirt Quarterly, writes for and curates the Skirt blog, is developing a podcast, and watches more Food Network than is justifiable or reasonable.