Last year I helped out with this short piece on restorative justice within Miawpukek Mi’kamawey Mawi’omi in Conne River. I am very grateful to have been a part of this and learn about the different restorative practices within this community. Take a look!
Some good news: I’m back to (socially-distant) shooting!!
This is my first work project since covid began and it’s a listing for the Georgetown Cafe building which is now up for sale. This is a historic area of St. John’s and it would be a great spot for someone looking to start a local business. Check it out!
Listing agent: Brad Colbert
How cool!! Congratulations to everyone involved, there is so much talent in this series. ❤
If you want to see the episode I directed on Irma Gerd for this season, click here!
I was on Out of the Fog a few weeks ago with Jason Piercey talking about my latest documentary, Behind Banana Vacuum! Normally I would be in the studio with him but now everything is virtual to be safe during the pandemic. This might be the first day in a few months I put on nice clothes and did my hair/makeup haha. Take a look 🙂
Now that the festival run is finished I now have my latest documentary on Vimeo! It had 12 official selections, 3 awards and 1 nomination, not bad for a no-budget film! Here’s to making more documentaries in 2020! I hope you enjoy my film :).
Watch the film HERE!
In February I went to Fogo Island and hung out with Adam Young to learn a little about his work and life. This is part of a video series by CBC about artists and their studios. I loved doing this project and hope you enjoy it!
And here is the final video I did for CBC on local fashion designers, this time we visit Megan Jackman in her studio on Water Street, St. John’s, Newfoundland!
Read the CBC article here!
Here is another video I did for CBC recently on Melanie Couch of MJDesigns! Read the CBC article here!
Last fall I worked on three short docs for CBC that were focused on local fashion designers in Newfoundland, here is the first one on Saltwater Designs!
It’s important to support local small businesses now more than ever. Stay safe and happy social distancing <3.
Youth Ventures is a program based in Newfoundland that aims to empower young people to turn their hobbies, interests, and passions into profitable business ventures. Since 1992 it has helped over 7000 young people follow their business start-up dreams.
Watch this video to see how Youth Ventures and Choices for Youth are helping young people in our community.Youth Ventures from Tin Bird Productions on Vimeo.