Justine Schroeder Garrett is a director, producer, writer, and actor. She’s a producer for Toasterlab, which creates place-based extended reality experiences and immersive, interactive shows. She co-wrote Transmission, an augmented reality (AR) performance series at FuturePlay (Edinburgh) and the Future of Storytelling Festival (NYC) in 2017. She recently directed the Captain Me interactive series for children, premiering in 2021. She is the recipient of an Emmy Award for her production work on the documentary No Greater Love.

Justine has written jokes for Lily Tomlin and published humorous essays in the Los Angeles Times and on The Hairpin. For two years, she starred in Gilmore Girlprov at Comedy Bar in Toronto. Her work has been supported by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Toronto Arts Council. Justine has degrees from UCLA and CalArts and is a conservatory graduate of The Second City in Toronto.