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On this page you will find a series of multimedia projects that showcase a series of stories told in unique ways including documentaries, audio interviews, digital mediums and imagery.

Merci Monsieur - National award-winning documentary

This is the story of a French teacher who never accepted mediocrity from himself or his students. A man who pushed you outside of your comfort zone but let you be vulnerable. A man who inspired dozens of his ex-students to become teachers themselves. A man who is sorely missed by those he affected.

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2019 Canadian Media Educators (CME) Award - Best Long Documentary

2019 Winner of the BCIT Journalism Program Award for Documentary Excellence

Cheering for Miranda - RTDNA Canadian media award nominee

A story that I sourced, wrote, filmed, voiced and produced for CHEK News on Vancouver Island which highlights the journey of Miranda Yates. She is a student that lives with visual and hearing impairments, however, that didn't stop her from reaching out and joining the University of Victoria cheerleading team.

Then and Now: Go back in time with these photo comparisons of Victoria over the past century

A photojournal project I conceived and brought to life that takes a look at the changes of Victoria, British Columbia over the century through imagery. 

After combing through the City archives, I was able to find captivating or iconic images of Victoria as it was being developed in the early 1900s. I then positioned myself in similar spots to capture what the same view looks like in modern day.

Then and Now: Go back in time with these photo comparisons of Victoria over the past century

A story that I sourced, wrote, filmed, voiced and produced for CHEK News on Vancouver Island which highlights the journey of Miranda Yates. She is a student that lives with visual and hearing impairments, however, that didn't stop her from reaching out and joining the University of Victoria cheerleading team.