Videos on lighter subjects like music and events around Edmonton can be found at my other YouTube channel.
I produced a community access television program for Shaw TV called From the Ground Up, which highlighted activism in Edmonton. The show ran from 2013-2017. You can view an archive of episodes of the show here.
Here are a couple of samples of some of the work I do with non-profits. I put together this short documentary for the local Oromian community to raise awareness of human rights abuses in Ethiopia. The video went viral within one week:
This is a short video summarizing the 2015 Banff Men’s Conference of the United Church of Canada. I did the editing for the video:
Here is a video I was hired to put together to promote Daughters Day in Edmonton:
I completed a video project about the McCauley neighbourhood in 2013. You can learn more about it here: McCauley Moments. Or, you can just watch it below:
My second short documentary was released in January of 2017 and is about social housing and the inner city. Learn more about McCauley: A Caring Community – Conversations on Social Housing. Below is the streaming film.
In 2019, I created a short documentary (with the support of the City of Edmonton/McCauley Revitalization) to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Boyle McCauley News.
I was awarded a grant from the Edmonton Arts Council in 2018 to create the film “A Monumental Secret,” which deals with an aspect of Ukrainian history. I co-produced and co-wrote the film, as well as being the cinematographer. Here’s the trailer.