The Toronto Transit Commission selected one of my drawings for their 2017 Art in Transit program, Sketching the Line. It started appearing on random Toronto subway cars this summer. Such an honor! (I’m just shy about it being a selfie… #shouldafixedthatface) CLICK HERE to see the ones they didn’t choose.
There’s no better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day today than to ship a 30-minute wedding movie of Ryan and Madison’s special day. Here’s a 48-second glimpse into my 33-minute cut. I didn’t shoot the footage for this one and the company who did had a few issues with three of their four camera people — little things like focus, sound,…Read more »
It’s not often people ask you to be more judgemental… but I’m honoured to have the honour again this year for the Kansas City Film Festival’s (KCWIFT) short screenplay contest.
Pig Face, AKA Lester, is the snot-nosed little brother no one wants following them. Particularly his sister Tracy and her BFF Ralph, when they find a big bag of misplaced moolah at the ball diamond. As they navigate their small town’s travails to try to sniff out clues to solve the mystery, they gradually discover that, snot or not, Pig Face just…Read more »
Matt and Steph’s exquisite wedding was a delight to film and edit. Here’s a one-minute preview of the full 90-minute film.
Had a lot of fun capturing some of the brilliance of Toronto’s Veg Food Fest 2016 in this short piece. Big thanks to The Toronto Vegetarian Association, the presenters and vendors, and to Harbourfront Centre for letting me film a few demos. (Not to mention hosting yet another weekend filled with outstanding programming. Go Harbourfront!)