Education / Simon Fraser University; Vancouver, B.C. 2011-2016  

B.F.A. Film Production Honours Major, and Extended Archaeology Minor, 2016. 


Grants and Awards 

BC Arts Council, Project Assistance for Media Artists, 2018. 

Canada Council for the Arts, Concept to Realization Grant, 2018. 

National Film Board of Canada, Filmmaker Assistance Program, 2018.
Launch Artist’s Festival, Imagining Positive Futures Award, 2015.

Simon Fraser University Service Award, 2015.

Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology Fellowship Award, 2014/15.


Filmography 

Labour/Leisure (19 min; documentary; 35mm transferred to digital)

Official selection and premiere at Cinéma du Réel, Paris, FR. March 2019. 


Hazel Isle (13 min; documentary; 16mm transferred to digital) 

Official selection at Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, Montréal, QC. October 2018.
Official selection and premiere at Vancouver International Film Festival, October 2018. 


Einst (12 min; experimental;16mm transferred to digital)
Official selection at Trento Film Festival, Trento, Italy. April 2018.
Official selection at WNDX Festival, Winnipeg, MB. September 2017.

Official selection at Edinburgh International Film Festival, Scotland, UK. June 2017.
Official selection at Images Festival, Toronto, ON. April 2017.

Official selection at Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, Montréal, QC. October 2016.
Official selection and premiere at Vancouver International Film Festival, October 2016.
 

Ocean Falls (13 min; documentary;16mm transferred to digital)
Official selection at LISFE, Leiden, Netherlands, April 2016.
Official selection at International Festival of Films on Art, Montréal, QC. March 2016.
Official selection and premiere at Vancouver International Film Festival, September 2015.
 

Capital’s Ephemeral Exploitation in Ocean Falls (5 min; 2-channel;16mm transferred to digital)
Alternator Members’ Gallery, Kelowna, B.C. May to June 2015. 


E&N (4 min; documentary; 16mm transferred to digital)

Official selection and premiere at DOXA Film Festival, Vancouver, B.C. May 2015.

Official selection and awarded Imagining Positive Futures Award at Launch Festival, May 2015.

Official selection at WNDX: Festival of Moving Image, Winnipeg, MB. September 2015.


Selected Credits 

Empire Valley (experimental; 35mm transferred to digital) by Ryan Ermacora
Producer. Completed May 2018.  


The Glow is Gone (narrative; 16mm transferred to digital) by Ryan Ermacora

Producer, Writer and Performer. Completed September 2017. 


Refahmation (13min; experimental; digital loop) by Nicola Awang
Producer, Cinematographer and Editor. Completed May 2016.