The World Is Made
Of The Stories We Tell.
I work with social impact organizations and mission driven businesses with authentic stories to share. As a filmmaker of Canadian-Indigenous descent I also specialize in First Nations and Indigenous productions.
A few of my clients: City of Toronto, Lakehead University, Magnet/Ryerson University, National Aboriginal Day, Province of British Columbia, Sigma Canada, the Gerstein Crisis Centre
Every partnership begins with a compelling story, shared values, and above all trust – no project is too small or too large.
I’m regularly hired as an independent director/filmmaker, commissioned as a cinematographer/director of photography working under the vision of a director and called upon to collaborate with teams/agencies to help realize larger projects.
I wear multiple hats:
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and behind-the-scenes content
An exploration of what it is to be Indigenous in Toronto - seen through the life of Bella McWatch.
Mini documentary about Don Taylor, a Toronto-based bookbinder and all around lover of books. Commissioned by Sigma Canada as part of their ARTisan series shot with their ART line of lenses.
Orca Spirit Adventures is a Victoria, BC based whale watching company. Come along on the Orca Spirit Experience.
A series of vignettes highlighting the impact of the Gerstein Crisis Centre's F.R.E.S.H. program.
The first vignette of the Focus/Indigenous series, featuring Toronto-based street photographer Trevaun Banks
7th Generation Image Makers is an Arts and Mural Program for Native youth in downtown Toronto, committed to providing quality and accessible art programming in a culturally supportive and safe environment.
A commissioned documentary capturing a glimpse of the value that Indigenous peoples bring to the broader community within Toronto.
A documentary vignette exploring the the work of Toronto based knife maker Stephen Fisher.
A vignette examining the artistic practice of Salish artist Brandon Gabriel and its relationship to extractive industries in British Columbia
An award-winning short film by Sean Stiller, Kéwku weaves the tumultuous life experiences of Ralph Phillips to his relationship with the healing medicine sage.
A documentary vignette about Lesia Cole, a single mother battling bi-polar.
A documentary vignette about Ashok Puri, from his humble beginnings in Kashmir and as a newcomer to Winnipeg, Canada to his adventures couch surfing the world as a retiree.
A celebration of the accomplishments of Dr. Reva Gerstein, seen through the history and genesis of the Gerstein Crisis Centre in Toronto
A visual exploration of our collective day-to-day existence – glimpses of humanity and moments in time.