Mossy Fae is a blend of indietronica, folk, and sophistipop. We spend our days creating music, short films, and interactive live performances in Tio'tia:ke (Montreal)

Adalia Pemberton-Smith
Adalia is a highly trained and sharp individual who brings playfulness and a deep curiosity to all her projects. She has spent her life travelling and creating in the forests of Northern Turtle Island and has a knack for bringing people together and inspiring creativity.
She has studied theatre at the Dome, performed for over a decade with Le Nouveau International, teaches improvisation with at Theatre Sainte Catherine, is currently studying for a BFA in Contemporary Dance at Concordia University, has received grants from the Sustainability Action Fund and the Canada Council for the Arts to produce sustainable art projects and workshops, and is passionate about creating equity and ecological sustainability in the arts sector. 
Adalia is a singer and songwriter in Mossy Fae.

Isaac Smeele
Isaac’s curiosity and creativity have been a constant and powerful compulsion throughout his life.
Finding a deep interest in composition and songwriting from a young age, Isaac created hundreds of folk and electronic songs before turning his focus toward visual arts. After a traumatic home invasion at the age of 23, Isaac became interested in trauma, grief and the transformative power of art. His current focus is on the beauty of death and the healing of a traumatized society.
Isaac composes, writes lyrics, and produces the songs for Mossy Fae.

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