Meet Dayle McLeod
Dayle McLeod is a Modern-day Shamanic Artist, Actress, Musician and Author pulling wisdom from her South African San, Xhosa & German Seidr Ancestral Traditions.
Born in rural Alliston, Ontario, Dayle was the only coloured, queer person in her community and survived her childhood by connecting with the arts, singing in church and performing in community theatre.
Now she is an award nominated actress that can be seen on Amazon’s ‘The Expanse’, the CW’s ‘Burden of Truth’ & ‘The L.A Complex, and D.W Waterson’s ‘That’s My DJ’ to name a few.
She is a talented songwriter/singer with a story-telling Folk Album called ‘In Bloom’ whose music has been featured in multiple films and tv shows such as CBC’s ‘Kim’s Convenience’ & Mary Harron’s ‘Charlie Says’.
Dayle is the founder of ‘The Big Dream Project’, a radically inclusive online tribe dedicating to unlocking their full potential by reclaiming their Indigenous Spiritual practices from the hands of Colonialism.
By reclaiming their voices, bodies and spirits through the arts, ritual, and ceremony they are healing themselves and contributing to the healing of the rest of the planet.