Anders Hunter is from the Stoney Nakoda Nation of Morley, Alberta. He is a multi-faceted performer with over 20 years of experience as a traditional singer and as a song composer. Anders had won a handful of championship titles in the world of competition powwows. He has also incorporated his father’s drum group, Eya Hey Nakoda, into many collaborative projects.Anders is especially proud of a theatrical project “Making Treaty 7” on which he led his group as a music ensemble and as well as the co-musical Artistic Director. Making Treaty 7 was showcased across Canada. How Anders is involved with various projects was through his short trial in theatre. Anders acted in a project that depicted how the signing of Treaty 7 called “We Are All Treaty People.” This project is intended for grades 3 to 8 and was showcased across Alberta and as well as the International Children’s Festival which was held in Toronto, Ontario. The project depicts the effects of the traditional lifestyle changes of First Nations people of the area before the signing of Treaty 7, the effects during, and the effects after the signings of the treaties with the Canadian government. Anders had worked with various artists alike on multiple projects in the Treaty 6 and Treaty 7 area. Anders has had the opportunity to sing in a mini television series called “Tinstar” along with other short story film projects. Anders has become a local talent that producers would request for their projects to provide traditional drumming and singing, as well as, Native American flute sound. Anders' artistic goal is to break musical barriers and open up doors to more collaborative work between First Nations and non-First Nations peoples.