Martin Dockery has been a big favourite of mine on every Fringe Festival, and I loved his newest show, Inescapable. I shot this with 3 cameras, and had just myself for the shooting, so I’m really happy with how I was able to get both actors in their own individual shots.
I got to shoot and edit this show for Aaron Malkin earlier this year. His show was so great, and this video gives a nice taste of what to expect from it.
Alastair Knowles and Stéphanie Morin-Robert fuse their mastery of comedy and movement as they tear up their performance handbook, touch the untouchable, and are blown away by the uproarious consequences.
Bushel and Peck will boisterously charm your naked heart.
If you’re fat or thin, everyone is equal, and fat people shouldn’t be ashamed to show off their awesome bodies! Victoria Welsby, founder of Bam Pow LIfe (www.bampowlife.com) wanted to show that off, and I loved working with her to get it.
I really love the Urban Grind at Harbour Center every year, it’s a huge walk upstairs for free beer and an awesome view, so I put together this video to show it off.
Their goal is to promote the practices and the development of professionals in IT risk, governance of enterprise IT, information security management, and IT assurance within the local business and academic community, the chapter membership, and with future members throughout the Greater Vancouver area.
She squeaks by with a pile of self-help books and coaches in every corner. Is she dumb? Why can’t she function normally in the world? When a mysterious pain dismantles her coping strategies, Rhonda Badonda embarks on a journey that leads her to the Paris Opera, Mozart, and the ultimate face-off…with her brain.
Please join our expert panel comprised of CIO’s, CISO’s and Cybersecurity professionals from British Columbia and beyond. They will review how CIO’s and CISO’s can communicate more effectively with other members of their senior leadership teams, including their boards of directors, on matters relating to cybersecurity.
Guelph-based artist Patrick Cruz won the 17th RBC Canadian Painting Competition on November 18. Cruz was awarded the $25,000 top prize in the annual competition for his work Time allergy, which will become part of the RBC Corporate Art Collection. Here, he discusses the inspiration behind the winning work, and how his migratory experience is reflected within his art.
Written and Performed by Callahan Connor (Aka C. Command)
A comic odyssey inspired by a freestyle rap in a lucid dream