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Matrimonial Biz (or, Untitled Wedding Photographers Documentary)

Montreal. Summer 2024. Another season of shooting wedding photos begins. What if we turned the lens the other direction? Seven different photographers with seven different styles take us on a journey through the $5B/year wedding industry. A real-life documentary of larger-than-life personalities, it’s an education in business, art, and public relations. One is a relative …

Chasing Arrows: An Avro Arrow Story

A group of volunteers near Calgary are building their own supersonic Jet. It’s called the Arrow II. Even more incredible than the actual plane, is the dedication of the volunteers who are creating it. No-one in the world has such an advanced, ambitious, fast “home-built” aircraft, faster than many civilian planes. This is a positive …

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Just As I Am–The Shira Choir

Just As I Am: The Shira Choir is a little film with a great big heart. Following the lives of several members of a special-needs choir during a global pandemic, it’s a journey through sorrow and joy, life and death. Above all, it is a reminder that we should always treasure one another.


Kokoro Means Love

Keith Pun from invited me along for this great shoot with the humble founders of Kokoro, a small Canadian business which makes specialty baby items, and recently pivoted to making masks for the COVID-19 pandemic. It was a lovely shoot and they were just so nice, it was really a pleasure to do. You …

Noah Standing on a Ship


Based near Montreal, Quebec, Canada I’ve been a filmmaker for most of my life, ever since my dad started letting me use his 8mm video camera (thanks dad!). After a detour into other things in university, I was drawn back to video as a way to make money doing what I loved. I built an …

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Be Transformed. The Presbyterian College

It’s always a pleasure to work with the Presbyterian college. I myself went to a Canadian Christian college and finished my education at a secular University, so it was fun to revisit some topics which I care a lot about.

A truck driving into the distance in Africa

Iron Sharpens Iron, the Amen Experience

Shot for the Amen Experience, by Amen ( I shot this piece over a period of about five hours around the Island of Montreal for a local gym with an inspiring message. Shot on Sony A7iii with Rokinon 35mm 2.8 on a Siriu gimbal. Aerial shots and birds are from