Content creation for website and social media shares. Video campaigns, commercial work. Documentaries from 2-4 minutes in length to 45 minutes plus. All video content can be journalistic, informative, and transformational.

Amade a video featuring these young athletes at Rock and Rope Climbing Centre. The story is not just about climbing, it's about the great community that exists in this place and the positive impact that this community has on these kids.

Outdoor adventure is what drives Jessica Lynn to get out and explore. She takes women camping in beautiful parks and conservation areas where they can learn how to backpack and camp in a safety way. Client: Women Hike Wild

A testimonial video of a farm that incorporated solar panels to improve their sustainable living. Client: Generation Solar

The Canoe, an iconic Canadian vessel symbolizing respect, relevance, reciprocity and reconciliation. The Adventure in Understanding embodies that spirit in bringing together indigenous and non-indigenous youth from across the province and the globe, to be proud leaders to share and to experience aspects of Indigenous culture to lead to greater understanding and reconciliation. Supported by: Rotary Club of Peterborough Kawartha, Canadian Canoe Museum, Camp Kawartha, Curve Lake First Nation.

Yes, it is possible to ride from Toronto to Haliburton mostly on trails. During this trip, I ate great food, stayed at amazing campsites, hotels, and bed & Breakfast, and rode through terrific landscapes, including 2 protected natural areas. Here's a short doc I made in collaboration with Toronto-Algonquin Greenway (TAG)

Since 2000, a group of musicians in Peterborough, Ontario have provided an annual Christmas concert called In From The Cold. This concert not only celebrates the music of the season but is also an important fundraising event for the YES Shelter for Youth and Families. The revenue generated from the concert has become an important source of income to support homeless youth and families in the Peterborough area. This documentary explores how a group of Peterborough residents found a way to direct their passion while giving back to their community.