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Tony Hunt Jr.
Tony was born into a wealth of tradition. His great-grandfather, Mungo Martin has been credited with much of the revitalization of the Kwakwaka'wakw culture in the latter half of this century. His late grandfather, Henry Hunt and his father, hereditary Chief Tony Hunt, are both renowned Kwakwaka'wakw carvers.
Tony Jr. is a highly accomplished artist, whose work is sought by both museums and private collectors in many parts of the world. His family crests are Raven and Sisiutl. Tony is an initiated Hamatsa dancer and has inherited the rights to many high ranking dances belonging to his family.
Tony regularly performs with the Kwa Gulth Dance Group.
Tony assisted his grandfather, father, brother, and cousins in building the first big house erected in Fort Rupert in 70 years. Tony considers this to be his most significant contribution so far to the art and culture of the Kwakwaka'wakw.