Back in May, Much introduced its newest personalities, the Much Creators. These fun, creative YouTube creators and digital influencers have helped usher in a new stage for us here at Much and their entertaining videos have been a welcome addition to Much.com.
Today, we announce nine more Much Creators to the roster! Take a look below to see the new faces joining the Much Creators group including a TV personality, a makeup artist, a couple of gamers and more!
Ajay Fry began his national television career on YTV, hosting the coveted Saturday morning block. After two successful years, he blasted off to Space where he’s been in orbit for the last seven years hosting Innerspace. Along the way, he has made appearances in the web-series, Captain Canuck, and the Space original series, Bitten. His YouTube channel “5 on Fry” acts as a platform to offer his unique opinion on five topics of interest: TV series, movies, games or current affairs. If it’s popular, Ajay’s got something to say about it.
Toronto-based makeup artist Bianca Harris learned to apply her own makeup at a very young age. After attending George Brown College’s School of Makeup and Esthetics, Harris launched her own beauty-focused YouTube channel as well as co-founded the website, The Look Beauty. Harris’s work has been featured in numerous magazines and television series including Two Magazine, fshnunlimited, FTV Magazine, BLOWE, and her work has also been seen on The Next Star, CTV News, and the MMVAs, to name a few. In her videos, you can learn super cool tips on how to create a Zoe Kravitz daytime Look, contouring and highlighting for different skin colours, and recreating Rihanna’s edgy i-D Mag look.
Camille Co is a Toronto-based multimedia journalist, YouTuber, and social media maven. Graduating with honours from the University of Guelph-Humber, Camille has worked as a contributing editorial assistant at Today’s Parent, as well as a game writer for SocialScavenger.com. Now, Camille uses her YouTube channel and blog to express herself and inspire others in the world of fashion, beauty, and gaming. Check out Camille’s videos for helpful pointers on everything, from how to fix Apple chargers to making customized vampire fangs!
Devon Crawford is a vlogger from Toronto who takes his passion for technology to another level by creating videos on how to rule the gaming world. Crawford’s channel has something for everyone who likes to game no matter how many achievements they’ve unlocked. Crawford’s videos range in difficulty from how to beat a level to how to build a computer.
Michael Rizzi is a self-described “quirky, gay Canadian who enjoys talking to his camera.” His YouTube channel, MikeyThePlatypus, showcases his upbeat personality and sense of humour through vlogs, Q&As, and men’s fashion and lifestyle videos.
Patrick Tomasso is a filmmaker, musician, and vlogger from Toronto. Inspired by his passion for social media and advertising, Tomasso loves to watch his creativity come to life through his YouTube channel, which focuses on lifestyle and travel.
Naomi Leanage is a 22-year-old vlogger hailing from Toronto, who works as an editorial assistant at Faze.ca and runs her own blog called Confessions of a Twenties Girl. On her YouTube channel, Naomi Elle, she vlogs about all things lifestyle including shopping hauls, DIYs, how-to’s, and her favourite thing – travelling!
Rerez is a YouTube channel created and hosted by Cambridge, Ont. native Shane Luis, featuring all the newest, strangest, and most unique gaming topics on the Internet. With its popular reviews of new videos games, consoles, rare titles, retro games, and more, Rerez has accumulated more than 3.7 million page views since its launch in 2012. Luis also created an original series for the channel, entitled Positives, which highlights the best parts of some of the worst video games ever made.
Tasha Leelyn is a full-time YouTuber, and part-time photographer hailing from Burlington, Ont. Known for her signature pastel locks, she quickly rose to fame when her easy how-to hair dye tutorials caught the attention of thousands of viewers online.