Hi, meet Cody Callon. He is an ultra runner that tests the boundaries of mind, body and spirit. Floating through the backcountry is his meditation, his way of leaving behind the noise and connecting with the primal self that lives in all of us.
So you're a two-time olympian in skiing, and you break your body on the slopes. Most people would hang it up, but some people are just cut from a different cloth.
Teaming up with Two Wheel Gear, we had the great opportunity to help tell Georgia Simmerling's story of perseverance and the pursuit of excellence from a pair of skis to a track cycle.
A branding video for the WanderFIT program, providing guided tours on bike and trail in Vancouver's playgrounds.
Sometimes when you start trying to tell the story of how something is made, you trip down the rabbit hole and realize that you have to also tell the story of where it's from. That's when you pause production and book tickets to Thailand and get your ass there.
Working with Cavalier, we had the opportunity to travel to South East Asia to show the journey a gem takes from mine to market to ring finger.
A branding film for the WanderFIT program, showing off North Vancouver's beautiful snowy mountain trails at night.
A branding film for a jewellery shop specializing in hand-made custom designed rings. It's a short glimpse into loving memories and feelings.
A lighthearted attempt at a Kickstarter film for a local cycling apparel startup blending technical fabrics with a sleek but casual and fun style.
Life of Rosti is a short film about the life and death of a delicious potato side dish. We follow the journey from its birth by a gentle and loving farmer’s touch, through the rigorous preparation by a skilled and unrelenting chef all the way to its final moments, finding its place, dancing graciously in the mouths of delighted guests.
On April 11th, 2015, Vancouverites took to the streets in solidarity with Quebec City to send a message to the federal government in anticipation to the April 14th summit dedicated to Climate Change. The message was simple and clear: WE need to stand up and show that we care about this planet and our future generations.
Even though the rally began outside the CBC building on Hamilton street, the mainstream media was absent from this march all the way down to English Bay, where there had been a recent oil spill. The water was an unnaturally metallic silver hue, but there was hope, love and a warrior spirit in the air.