Red Roof Farm
May27

Red Roof Farm

A long weekend family trip with friends, turned out to be a great location for filming, we rented a recently restored 1840s log farmhouse, that sat on 70 acres. It was about an hour and a half drive from Toronto, but turned out to be a very different place from the hectic metropolis, that we call home. All that rustic charm just yearned to be filmed, and you would be hard pushed to point any camera and take a bad image.   I...

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“Easy Rider”
Oct12

“Easy Rider”

Every child has that first bike ride moment, my daughter must have felt like she was on cloud nine, with the wind on her face, an open road ahead, a beautiful sunny Autumn morning, and going really really fast. Basically nothing gets better than this…   It seemed only fitting, I capture the moment on film, and spend the rest of the day editing it all together. While filming, all I kept thinking was “this looks so...

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CTV’s “Your Morning” opening sequence
Aug27

CTV’s “Your Morning” opening sequence

Over the summer 2016, Bell Media contacted me to see if I would be interested in selling some of my stock drone footage, they had seen online, the footage in question was a sequence I had put together over a year ago, Humber Bay Arch Bridge. From the sequence there was an 11 second clip that they were interested in. Out of my whole video there are a couple of shots that I really liked, and this was one of those shots. Bell Media ended...

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Joshua Tree – Mojave Desert
Jan02

Joshua Tree – Mojave Desert

On some work trips, I find myself in some really cool locations, on a recent trip to Palm Springs California, stayed an extra week for a vacation and to do some aerial filming. Joshua Tree National Park, is about an hour from downtown Palm Springs, a must see if you get the chance, remember to take extra water “it’s a desert”.   If your looking for “Thee Joshua Tree” then I think this is it!  ...

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Taking Home Movies, to a whole new level…
Jun14

Taking Home Movies, to a whole new level…

I can always remember as a small child, my fathers great enthusiasm for taking photographs of me and my 2 brothers, while vacationing somewhere in the UK, like “The Lake District”. Then a month later after getting back, once the film had been developed by “Boots the Chemist” and posted back to him, he would put on a “Slide Show” for us, with the old projector warming up and the lights turned off, it...

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Wines of Germany
Jun10

Wines of Germany

Next Generation Germany Toronto – Tasting event Germany’s under-35 style influence’s, wines from half a dozen regions and half a dozen grape varieties. With an increasing focus on sophisticated dry wines, modern labeling, and exploring new varieties and styles, this new generation is making waves in the wine scene. Interviews with: David Lawrason, Journalist, Toronto Life, Wine Align John Szabo, Master Sommelier Janina...

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