Mackenzie Sinclair is a writer based in Toronto who cut his teeth in the industry working as a production assistant on several music videos, commercials and a TV movie. He has spent the past six years honing his craft while interning and working at various companies such as The Characters Talent Agency and Corus. Sinclair was a recipient of the 2017 Toronto Screenwriting Conference’s Magee TV Diverse Screenwriters Award where, under the mentorship of writer/director Pat Mills, he developed his half-hour dramedy series, Snowflake. Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, Sinclair holds a Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing and a Diploma in Journalism from MacEwan University.
Which TV show’s writing room do you wish you could have been a part of and why?
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was the first time I ever saw a show that was funny, dramatic, supernatural and scary, but grounded in truth and reality. Plus, it turned female gender tropes on its head. Pretty earth-shattering for an eight-year-old."