Redwolf Painter is a two-spirit mixed blood Heyoka retired punk from Alaska. Wolf grew up in a poor mixed blood American Indian/White family with deep Alaskan roots which reverberates throughout his writing and social justice work. For the last 15 years Wolf has been writing, performing and producing events for various non-profit organizations. At 22 Wolf started performing prose for open mics, Fairy Butch and Sister Spit but soon tired of the clicks that formed, so she started her own open mic with a girlfriend until work got in the way. At 31 film festivals became a passion and he found himself working for the Sundance Film Festival, CineVegas, San Diego Film Festival and Frameline. Concerned with the disappearing Native Track at Sundance, Wolf founded the Native American Film Series while working for the San Diego Film Festival in 2004. Currently Wolf sits on the original Transmarch Steering Committee in San Francisco, volunteers with Frameline and is working towards her degree in her spare time.