Jarrett Martineau is a Cree/Dene media maker, scholar, artist, and storyteller. He is a longtime advocate and supporter of Indigenous arts, music, and media, who co-founded the global Indigenous music platform Revolutions Per Minute. He first came to media making as an artist, starting out as an emcee and hip-hop artist in Vancouver. As a scholar, he recently completed a Ph.D. in Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria, where his research explored the complex relationships between art-making and Indigenous resurgence and decolonization, and he was a Fulbright Scholar in New York City. Jarrett is originally from Frog Lake First Nation in Alberta, and he is currently based in Tkaronto.