For more examples of my larger scale work, visit my team's sites at alovestory.ca and orangefountain.com
Lovegood Littles Children's Portraits Promotional Film
Baby Zara Family Film
Jessica Aube Celebration of Life
Bianca + Kenzie Engagement Film
Areto Labs is a technology company, devoted to making online communities more inclusive and ensuring gender parity. It was an honour to craft a film for them to help them tell their story and communicate their purpose.
Above is a training video I produced for the University of Alberta Libraries organization. This film was shared to Week of Welcome and New Student Orientation volunteers as well as new students to share information about library services on campus.
Above is an informational training video which I filmed and edited for the purpose of educating Week of Welcome and New Student Orientation volunteers and new students about services offered by the University of Alberta Students' Union.
Above is an informational training video which I filmed and edited for the purpose of educating Week of Welcome and New Student Orientation volunteers and new students about services offered by the University of Alberta.
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, schools were forced to close their doors and teachers banded together to tell their families that they miss them and they are excited to see them when the pandemic was over.
This is a video that was sent to Roberta MacAdams families to relay that message.
Above is the University of Alberta Students' Union promotional video which I captured and edited in 2019. This video is used to promote the UASU services to students, staff and stakeholders.
The above video is an example of my event videography. This video was a supercut made in promotion for the UASU winter games event called AntiFreeze.
The above link are some wedding films I produced in the summer of 2019. Check out the highlight film or one of the supercuts to see a short version of the day!
Above is a recruitment video produced in 2020 for the Week of Welcome and Orientation program at the University of Alberta. Yearly, the WOW program receives over 900 applications from volunteers hoping to be a part of the program.