John Southworth “Rialto”

John Southworth is an English-Canadian singer-songwriter, performer, author and videomaker. His RIALTO Podcast is a labyrinthine “mind-movie” with original songs and music. Featuring the speaking and singing voices of a cast of musicians/artists, including Tamara Lindeman (The Weather Station), Meg Remy (U.S. Girls), Claudia Dey, Daniel Knox, Veda Hille and Martin Tielli, among others.

CREDITS: Videographer / Drone Operator, editor

Frank Horvat “Sunken Carousel”

From the Centrediscs release, What Goes Around, the composition, Sunken Carousel, by composer Frank Horvat has been set to moody urban scenes juxtaposed with nature by video artist, Matthew Maaskant.

Performed by Sharlene Wallace (Celtic harp), Michael Davidson (marimba), Frank Horvat (piano), Joseph Phillips (double bass), the piece Sunken Carousel is featured on this minimalist album –

CREDITS: Videographer, Editor, & Director

Jamii ‘At Heart’

Jamii is a community arts organization, based in The Esplanade neighbourhood of downtown Toronto. Jamii’s year-round arts programming supports community building and nurturing women in leadership.

CREDITS: Videography

Lou Natale “The Singer”

Louis “Lou” Natale (born January 5, 1950) is a Canadian composer based in Toronto, Ontario who founded Natale Music in 1981. Since then, Lou has garnered a Genie Award for Best Song, six Gemini nominations, and has scored many other award winning shows. This video was released with his 2019 his solo record ‘Workin’ The Mystery.’

CREDITS: Director, Videographer, and Editor

“Alligator” feat. Lucy M. May

Lucy M. May is a contemporary dance artist born in New Brunswick and based in Montréal / Tiohtiá:ke. Attracted to the porousness of collaboration and the vastness of dancing, Lucy makes work for stage, screen, paper, and unusual locations.

CREDITS: Director, Videographer, and Editor

Tamar Ilanas and Ventanas “Tutti Frutti”

Tamar Ilana & Ventanas is a six-piece Toronto-based world music ensemble fronted by powerhouse vocalist and dancer Tamar Ilana and featuring the city’s finest world musicians. Drawing inspiration from such legendary artists as the Silk Road Ensemble, Paco de Lucía, and Yasmin Levy, they reimagine Mediterranean melodies and flamenco grooves, and mix contemporary interpretations of ancient ballads with original compositions.

CREDITS: Videographer

Danielle Duval ‘Undercover’

Montreal born indie-rocker Danielle Duval’s new single “Undercover” was released Aug 11, 2017.

CREDITS: Director, Videographer, and Editor

Abigail Lapell “Jordan”

Toronto’s Abigail Lapell draws freely from folk-roots, indie and punk rock traditions. She received the 2016 Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award from the Ontario Arts Council, and NOW Magazine called her a “folk/country musician to watch” in 2017. Lapell has toured across North America, Europe and the U.K., performing on vocals, piano, harmonica and finger style guitar. HIDE NOR HAIR, her 2017 sophomore CD/LP, is out now on Coax Records.

CREDITS: Director, Videographer, and Editor

Souraren Farmers Market

CREDITS: Directing, Videography, Editing, and Music.