Donald Brackett is a Vancouver-based popular culture journalist and curator who writes about music, art and films. He has been the Executive Director of both the Professional Art Dealers Association of Canada and The Ontario Association of Art Galleries, and a curator of film programs for Cinematheque, in addition to writing numerous gallery and museum exhibition catalogue essays. He is also the curator of a multi-museum exhibition of the mixed media art of Vessna Perunovich, Emblems of the Enigma, as well as a major monograph on the artist’s work. He writes art and music criticism for Critics At Large and is also the author of the books Back to Black: Amy Winehouse’s Only Masterpiece (2016), Long Slow Train: The Music of Sharon Jones (2018), and Tumult!: The Incredible Life and Music of Tina Turner (2020). His latest work is a new book on the life, art, music and films of Yoko Ono, entitled Yoko Ono: An Artful Life, published by Sutherland House Press in April 2022.