For the last four decades I have worked in almost every facet of video production, from editing nationally broadcast television commercials, directing corporate productions and television programs, shooting non-profit video profiles, to currently producing and directing historical documentaries.
In that time I have received numerous awards of recognition from the industry including two Geminis and a Telly for directing a children’s television short-program series. As well, I have been acknowledged for post-production on corporate projects including the Film & TV Festival of New York, Worldfest Houston, and ITVA Video Festival Canada.
In 2008, I decided to offer his video expertise to non-profit organizations. Having been successful in my career, I felt lending my talent for a non-profit organization’s video promotion in the current difficult economic times and the burgeoning demand for video promotion was not only enjoyable but, I felt, a worthy venture.
Since then I have completed programs for the Tumaini Children’s Project, The Family Association for Mental Health Everywhere (F.A.M.E.), The Swap Team, Toronto’s west-end Art Tour Collective, the West Toronto Junction Historical Society, and ART for Cancer Foundation.
Currently, I am producing and directing historical documentaries and short-format video portraits.