Kevin Bayless

“I did it because someone told me I couldn’t.” I started making kites in the late 80s when I realized my wife was not going to let me spend money on them. I started making patchworks in the early 90s; I had all this scrap fabric left over from other kites and I could...

Aime & Olive Barsalou

From Winnipeg, Manitoba, Aime and Olive have been kite builders and flyers for over 25 years. Aime first discovered kites when he bought some for his kids while in Lahore, Pakistan. He has since created many colourful, complex one-of-a-kind kites.  Aime is a retired...

Ray Bethell

Ray resides in Vancouver, BC Canada, and is without a doubt the world’s premier multiple kite flyer. Ray started sport kite flying in 1980 and for many years he flew in team competitions with his team “The Vancouver High Flyers”, often placing first, second or...

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