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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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.
The everyday intimacy of climate change often goes under-acknowledged. This short film explores the dislocation, grief, and longing we all feel from the changes happening to our shared home. Can we find healing in acknowledging and accepting the sorrow and pain we are experiencing?
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 visual exploration of our collective day-to-day existence – glimpses of humanity and moments in time.