What have I been up to? Well, A lot.
In 2012 I decided to start production on a documentary about the EDM movement in North America, entitled “The Drop: The EDM Culture Explosion” The film has taken me all over the world in exploration of the rise of dance music culture. I have been working on this project for over two years. Like every film, there has been both ups and downs that accompany each project. Not to gloss over this aspect, but this story in itself is a blog post on it’s own.
On the home front, I have been able to lend my time to help support some local causes that I believe in and have a very personal connection with.
I have been very proud of my work with the Stage for Change campaign. A campaign built around raising awareness of the stigma of addiction. I have had some incredible conversations about strength and change with people who has successfully battled their addiction. My life has been touched directly by disease of addiction, and anything I can do to help spread awareness is important to me.
Before starting production on The Drop. I completed a short docudrama with two mothers who lost their adult children to suicide. Nancy Hiron and Julie Varley are two of the strongest and charismatic women that I have had the pleasure to work with. The short 15 minute film we created has been used to help other parents who may be coping with the loss of a child. These two woman have served as a great example of resolve and courage. I’m am pleased to be able to share this film publicly very soon.
I've also had the privilege of working with some very talented artists to create quite a few music videos in the past two years.
This site relaunch is to showcase the work that I’ve had the honour to collaborate with many talented people on. Thank you for visiting, I promise to update this more often than every two years.