A few years ago I helped out with a campaign to rally votes for an SPCA-run animal shelter in the Northwest Territories. What happened was far beyond any of our wildest dreams – a community of less than twenty thousand people had over half a million votes and won $500 000 to construct a much-needed animal shelter for the NWT. [Read more…]
One of the perks to visiting Nova Scotia is having the chance to work on a passion project that I’ve been thinking about for several years now. Marshall arrived last week, and we have been spending every waking moment filming, conceptualizing, and backing up cards for an archival documentary about my grand-père, James Aymar. [Read more…]
Things have been very busy, and I’m happy to announce that I’m working on two creative projects concurrently. The album, which admittedly has been a work in progress for far too long (but is in its final stages), and North Paws, a DoG-umentary about the relationship between humans and dogs in the North over the past century, to be delivered to the Pet Network in February of 2012.
Filmmaking is new territory for me, and I’m thrilled to be learning about a new form of storytelling and to be working with such a fantastic team. I probably won’t talk about it too much here, so if you would like updates on the film’s progress, please check out our facebook page.