BANKS, FEET was born in 1976 and raised in Northern BC without electricity and his first friend was a rooster named Houdini. At age 12 his parents moved him to Whistler to live the dream. He studied writing and film at the University of Victoria before returning home to continue living the dream while making stupid little horror movies with his friends. He is the founding editor of Mountain Life Magazine, the co-creator of the Heavy Hitting HorrorFest and his “Notes from the Back Row” movie column in the Pique Newsmagazine has been running weekly since 2003. Known as Whistler’s enfant terrible, Feet loves naps, fishing, drive-in movie theatres and finding new ways to stir the pot. His latest passion project is a web-zine about pie.