For the past decade, my documentaries have been screened on television and online globally, reaching viewers from Canada to the U.S., all the way to Denmark and even Australia. Every year more and more viewers are tuning in to my films and connecting with me, and it couldn’t make me happier to keep reaching new audiences.
Countless film festivals the world over have screened my films throughout the years, from big industry events like Hot Docs and IDFA to the niche indie and environmental festivals such as FIFE and Cinemambiente. It’s been an honour to participate in and speak at them, and I’ve loved getting the chance to meet all kinds of industry leaders and thinkers in these world-class events.
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I’ve also partnered with some influential organizations for awareness and educational campaigns including Tim Hortons, Walmart, and the Recycling Council of British Columbia, who have sponsored screenings of my documentaries and seminars across North America. With my films Dark Side of the Chew and Ground War I even teamed up with ESRI Canada, a world-renowned Geographic Information Systems company to create an iPhone app to raise awareness for gum pollution around the world, and a website that uses their mapping technology to track pesticide use in communities, playgrounds, and parks.
When it comes to working in film and television, I’ve had the chance to work alongside some very talented individuals and influential organizations to bring my projects to fruition. I've been fortunate to work with companies such as Rogers, Technicolor, The Canadian Media Fund, and Telefilm, to name a few. When it’s time to begin a new project, I’m always excited to have the support and collaboration of so many incredible minds.