Pemberton Music Festival 2016 – Artist Catering
Client: The Ruby
Royal LePage Profile
Client: Connie Lebeau
REACHING BLUE: finding hope beneath the surface
Produced & Directed by Andy Robertson & Ian Hinkle
Broadcaster: CBC – Absolutely Canadian
STREAMING ON DEMAND: Watch the entire documentary on CBC’s website click here (Canada only)
Reaching Blue is the story of a coastal way of life under threat, where hope is found in stories of our past while facing the challenges of the future. With visuals ranging from a deep-sea submarine to never-before seen footage of John Steinbeck’s research vessel The Western Flyer, Reaching Blue: Hope Beneath the Surface exposes changes in our ocean waters and the people who are facing them head on.
Leadership Victoria – DIVERSITY VICTORIA
Client: Leadership Victoria Team Bellatonia
Take a chance and connect! This video is intended to enhance awareness and understanding of diversity and to share information on being inclusive in our community. This video is the result of a Community Action Project commissioned by a team enrolled in the Leadership Victoria program.
Ocean Exploration and Science Communication
Role: Producer, Camera, Editor
From 2011-2016 I worked with Ocean Networks Canada (ONC), a wired undersea ocean observatory comprising VENUS and NEPTUNE Canada cabled networks. ONC supports coastal to deep ocean research and technology. It enables real-time interactive experiments, focused on ocean health, ecosystems, resources, natural hazards, and marine conservation. The Observatory is a national facility led by the University of Victoria for a pan-Canadian consortium of universities and partners.
In order to service the observatories ONC utilizes research vessels outfitted with remotely operated submersible vehicles called ROVs . These ROVs have HD video cameras attached to record the dives and provide researchers and the public a glimpse of the ocean’s secrets.
Behind the Scenes of the film THE THAW
Role: Producer, Camera
August 2008 my production company Shelter Productions produced a behind the scenes “making of” for the film The Thaw. The film was written and directed by Mark and Mike Lewis and shot in central B.C. and starred Val Kilmer. This video is included in the DVD special features and explores the story, the actors experience, and the locations.
Exploring Ghana – A Travel Documentary
Role: Producer, Camera, Editor
In 2008 a small team of us traveled to Ghana, West Africa. My friend Paul was already living in Accra and felt there was real potential for tourism in this part of the world. We thought there might be a chance for us to shoot some footage of West Africa with a positive slant – something missing and seldom seen through most mainstream media. We proposed to the Ghanaian tourism board a 22-minute promotional video showcasing travel potential around the country. They loved the idea. They supplied us with a vehicle, a guide, and a signed letter from the minister of tourism and I produced two videos – a tourism video for the Government of Ghana to use, and a “making of” video which follows our team and our experience traveling around Ghana for one month.