Meet Our Volunteers: 

Cathy Cripps

Dani Stahle

Dani - 2017(2)

Dani calls herself many things: an actor, artist, storyteller, writer, healer, facilitator of art and rhythm and sound. Silence Sounds offers a portal for art and artistic music experiences to our Community. As a volunteer Dani conveys that message and considers it a privilege.




Jordan Delfs


 Jordan has lived in Guelph since 2015 when she moved here to attend the University of Guelph. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and would like to use it in the arts field!

Jordan been volunteering at Silence since November 2016. She helps with the monthly newsletters, creating posters for shows, as well as running the Open Stage nights and Pipe Down Presents Shows.

In her free time she loves finding new music and going to see local bands, and creating art in as many forms as possible! You can also find Jordan volunteering around downtown Guelph or in the Junction Neighbourhood planning events!

Dru Jacey


 Dru is a young, aspiring artist from Aurora, Ontario. He picked up guitar for a short time at age 8 but decided bass was more his groove and promptly asked to take it up in music class. Dru stopped taking music in school but loved it so much that he kept learning whatever spoke to him throughout his teenage years.
From classical music to funk, from western bug band oldies to Bollywood bangers, from scary and heavy to calm and ambient – he loves it all! “World” music, perhaps.
Using mainly bass guitar – electric and acoustic – to compose, his love of the eclectic surely shows.


Megan DeRoover


Megan is a PhD Candidate at Arizona State University in the Theatre and Performance of the Americas program, with an MA from University of Guelph and an HBA from Lakehead University. She currently lives in Guelph where she enjoys writing, singing, running, and playing with her dog when not working on her dissertation or grant proposals.





Gillian Elder


Various forms of art and the arts community have always been a large part of my life that is what drew me to want to volunteer at Silence Sounds. My education includes degrees in Fine Arts and Museum studies. I am currently doing school part-time in Therapeutic Recreation. I enjoy working with a mixture of mediums including, painting, printing, drawing and ceramics



Nathan Mejia


Nathan is completing his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Guelph studying music and computer science. Nathan enjoys eclectic and experimental music as well as live performance. You’ll see Nathan at the door during one of Silence’s many concerts!





Amanda Lewis