I'm passionate about story and all forms of storytelling. As an editor, I have had the privilege to contribute to award winning projects in a meaningful way.
I've been working in film/tv for over 15 years and am currently branching out into writing and directing as I work towards my MA in Film through the Raindance Postgraduate Degree program.
The Last Bastard
Film (short) by Ashley Fester (Drama and Horror) Editor Five year old Abigale Tate is dropped off at day care to enable her mother re-join the workforce and spends her day with May; an Aboriginal girl illegally adopted (during the "60's Scoop" era) by the Reynolds; a mid-century couple caught in cycle of emotional abuse. Based on a true story. Written by Ashley Fester
Film by Attila Luca (Horror) Editor Horror about three journalists who travel from Vancouver to Transylvania to uncover the true story of Dracula. As they visit the area's historical sites and libraries to decipher the various clues behind the famed vampire's existence, the trio's determination to get their article may end up costing them their lives. Written by West 10 Entertainment
Film by Helen Haig-Brown (Documentary and Drama) Editor Struggling with the ability to be in a lasting relationship, Helen Haig-Brown begins to question where this lack of skill and inability to commit comes from. On her journey Helen discovers that we learn to bond, attach and love from our relationship with our mother. Legacy follows Helen as she explores the often tenuous relationship between a mother and daughter made more complex by the legacy of residential school. Written by Helen Haig-Brown
The Life and Times of Steve the Mushroom
Film (short) by Attila Luca (Drama) Editor
Film (short) by Attila Luca Editor
Film by Julia Ivanova (Documentary) Editor This documentary gives the viewer full access to three families headed by gay fathers. Randy and Drew, a Canadian married couple, learn the ropes as they adopt a baby boy; Steve co-parents his daughters with two lesbian mothers; while Scott, on his own, becomes a surrogate father to twins. Written by Trevor Undi
Television (Documentary) Editorial department Stuntdawgs is an action television series featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger's stunt double, Peter Kent who performed in Predator, Terminator 2, Eraser, True Lies, Last Action Hero and many, many others. In each episode a wild, motley crew of stuntmen, stunt coordinators and riggers will create a major stunt based on a well known Hollywood film. Viewers will learn how the "dawgs" rig and perform these amazing stunts and glimpse into the wild world of stunt performers - a truly unique breed. Written by Anonymous
A Safer Sex Trade
Film by Carolyn Allain (Documentary) Editor Documentary that explores the stigma of prostitution through the eyes of three women who work at different levels in the sex trade.
The Brotherhood IV: The Complex
Video by David DeCoteau (Horror) Editorial department Lee Hanlon (Sebastian Gacki) is an overachieving student at an elite military school called the Complex. He is intrigued by the academy's secret society called the Black Skulls Brotherhood. When he is tapped to become a new member he slowly discovers their secret agenda as well as their devilish origins. Written by Larry B.
Video by George Erschbamer (Drama, Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Editorial department Eleniak is a housewife, unhappy in her marriage, who decides to "spice it up" a little bit. But she gets more than she bargained for when she contacts an old high school classmate she once had a crush on.
TV Movie by Matthew Hastings (Action, Horror and Sci-Fi) Visual effects In 2210, mankind has explored the space and found a vampiric menace, declaring war against different breeds of vampires some of them inclusive human flesh cannibals. The V-SAN (aka Vampire Sanitation) spaceship leaded by Captain Churchill receives a distress call from an Earth base and his team formed by the vampire Quintana, the rookie officer Damian and the rebels Rosa and Roman seek survivors and vampires and they rescue the scientist Fiona, but Capt. Churchill is captured by the vampires. After their next assignment, the provisional captain Damian and his group disclose that a traitor has disengaged the defense system of the bases and they chase their prime suspect. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Snow Walker
Film by Charles Martin Smith (Adventure and Drama) Editorial department 1953. Charlie Halliday, a former WWII fighter pilot, is a Yellowknife-based bush pilot. Like many of the white in the area, he does not associate with the Inuit except for what he can get out of them in bartering. On a personal plane trip, he runs across a small family of nomadic Inuit. The female of the group, named Kanaalaq, has what Charlie suspects is tuberculosis. In exchange for some ivory, Charlie agrees to fly her to a hospital in Yellowknife. En route back to the city, Charlie is forced to make a crash landing when the plane develops mechanical problems. Although both Charlie and Kanaalaq are unharmed by the crash, the plane is totaled, they are in the middle of nowhere, the radio doesn't seem to be working, they have a meager amount of supplies, and Charlie's whereabouts are probably unknown to others since he made a detour from his original route. Furthermore, they can't communicate with each other as Kanaalaq only knows a few words of English, whereas Charlie knows no ... Written by Huggo
Film by John Mackenzie (Drama, Crime and Thriller) Editorial department The workaholic head of the compliance section of a New York bank flies to Monaco to investigate unusual deposits from an offshore bank and meets a down-on-his-luck international film star who has become embroiled in criminal activities. Written by Anonymous
Film by Mark Malone (Action, Comedy, Crime and Drama) Editorial department, Sound department Heart problems force Boston cop Pally LaMarr to retire; he's in a funk and his wife Charlotte sends him packing. At Charlotte's insistence, Pally's half-brother Ray pays Pally a visit and suggests he buy a race horse to cheer up. Ray's always playing the angles, and he's got his eye on a horse that's cheap because it's been misdiagnosed. Ray knows the horse is a champion. Before they can win some money, a local mob boss, Frank Finnigan, sees the horse and steals it as payment for the gambling debt of Tony, a local jockey and single parent. Can Pally and Ray get the horse back, get Tony out of hock, and win some moola? What about Charlotte: can Pally let his heart take the lead? Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Liberty Stands Still
Film by Kari Skogland (Action, Drama and Thriller) Sound department A gunman ties up an actor and locks him in his dressing room just before a performance. He also puts a bomb with a 90-minute timer next to the actor. Then, he goes to a room above an LA plaza and draws a bead on the actor's lover, international arms dealer, Liberty Wallace. Calling himself "Joe," he calls her cell phone, demonstrates that a rifle is pointed at her, and tells her to cuff herself to a hot-dog cart nearby (the cuffs are there). Over the next 90 minutes, the story unfolds: as a result of his daughter's death, he wants a public debate on the Second Amendment. As Liberty begins to bond with Joe on the phone, he gets some truths from her - and his revenge. Written by <email@example.com>