Yellowknife. 5-years and still going.
Seeing all the footage edited together to reveal what was actually captured.
Watch my daughter succeed in life, build my own house from the foundation up and make a living off something that I enjoy doing in life.
The challenges of taking new camera technology we were not fully versed in out into minus forty-degree weather and seeing how it held up against the elements. I had previously worked on other 360 camera projects and I wanted to be a part of this as Northern Sights was exclusively northern filmmakers filming northern artists. The concepts that each artists created for their segment of this project, were/ are incredibly unique and original. Examples include Carmen Braden wanting to freeze a piano into the lake or Derrald Taylor wanting to carve a 8 foot high polar bear out of ice and snow in the middle of Tuktoyaktuk harbour. The concepts were totally out-of-the-box ideas and I loved them all!
Street art and murals from indigenous youth.
Make sure you can make a living off it. Do you see yourself doing this for the rest of your life? Do you want a hobby or do you want a career and is creating your art going to burn you out or make you thrive?
Financial security. No one wants to be a starving artist while living in one of the most expensive places in the world.
Anything I have done with the Dead North Film Festival.
I don’t want to go there right now. There’s too many people in this world I look up to and what they have done to better this world.
Starting my own business with the mission being to help the north and the problems it faces and will face.