I’ve worn many hats when it comes to produce films and video. The following are films I’ve either produced and/or directed, operated the camera (with the exception of the Seuss bio), edited, and written.
My last major filmmaking effort was perhaps my most rewarding. Moccasin Stories is a short documentary chronicling the impact Moccasins have and had on Indigenous people in Manitoba. I produced this film with MTS’ Stories From Home program and collaborated with director Charlene Moore on the project.
This is my most recent effort, which was more of a spur-of-the-moment endeavour featuring the talented Mister K and his wife Avery.
My task was easy — capture the duo performing an acoustic version of song that couldn’t be more perfect for the times we’re living in.
Biography of Dr. Seuss
Oddly enough, my most successful online film isn’t one that was featured in film festivals, it was one I put together for a Children’s Literature course. After getting some great feedback from my professor and peers, I decided to publish the piece online.
A Good Indian
This film was my first to tour film festivals, picking up a few best short film nods along the way. I was young, and I wanted to illustrate the discomfort I (and likely others) feel being Indigenous but… well… being visibly white.
Why We Play
Why We Play, another co-production the MTS’ Stories From Home, looks at a few interesting stories from the largest touch football league in Canada.