Pat is a Yellowknife-based photographer and videographer covering Canada’s Far North. He is among the most experienced and reliable shooters working in the region today. His ability to win the respect of his subjects and venture to places few have been, sets him apart as a trusted professional. He is a regular contributor on many projects for newspapers, magazines, NGO’s, government departments, businesses and marketing agencies nationwide.
Clients include Maclean’s, The Globe and Mail, VICE, Canadian Press, Canadian Geographic, Reuters Pictures, Reader’s Digest, Monocle, Photolife, National Geographic Online, CBC and more.
Additionally, Pat has worked as a fixer, location scout and set photographer for film and television projects like The Amazing Race Canada, Arctic Air, and Red Snow.
Scott is a Filmmaker, Film Editor and Colourist. Originally from Fitzroy Harbour, Ontario, but now residing in Hay River, Northwest Territories, he is a member of the NWT Professional Media Association and Western Arctic Moving Pictures.
Production Assistant Course – Film Industry Training Seminars, 2019
Assistant Director Course – Film Industry Training Seminars, 2017
Applied Communication Arts – Nova Scotia Community College, 2011
Matthew Ellis is a longtime northerner having lived in Yellowknife for 25 years. He has worked on several Saskatchewan productions for CBC as well as the University of Regina in a variety of roles but feels most at home in a run-and-gun guerilla atmosphere with a small crew. Though having been away from the industry for several years, he is looking to further his knowledge and experience in both the production and business side of filmmaking.
University of Regina – Bachelor of Fine Arts – Media Production & Studies
Jeremy graduated in 2008 from the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelors of Fine arts degree, in New Media. During his time at University he spent several summers working in Vancouver on Television series as a production assistant and on independent productions. His experience has included working as a production coordinator, boom operator, camera operator and editor. After graduating he found a job in Yellowknife managing the local film society and moved back to the north but this time to Yellowknife. During his time in Yellowknife he has also started his own business as freelance videographer working with artists, communications companies, schools, government and non profits organizations to produce films and media content.
B.A. New Media, Set Etiquette and Protocols certificate Mount Royal College
2018 – Elijah & the Rock Creature (Feature): Producer, Editor
2017 – Dal Segno (Short): Editor
2014 – Berkshire County (Feature): Key Grip, B Camera Operator
2011 – Amelia (Short): Cinematographer
2010 – A Song for the Dead (Short): Associate Producer, Gaffer
2009-Present – Multiple PSA’s, Short Docs for Web: Videographer
Martin Rehak is a multi disciplinary videographer, whose most recent work has been focusing on short films, while still enthusiastically exploring the creative aspects of all mediums. Making his local introduction at Dead North 2016, he has participate in every video competition since and sometimes finding freelance gigs through that exposure. He is both a NWTPMA and WAMP board member and is currently in the NACC mentorship program where he is working on producing a multimedia stage performance.
Humber College – Film and Television Production (Graduate)
George Brown College – Sketch Comedy Writing and Performance (Course)
2016 – Goldberg (short) – Producer
2017 – Ssssssspace Hat! (short) – Producer
2018 – Arm Plant (short) – Producer
2019 – Mr. Wishing Well Man has a Toothache (short) – Producer
2020 – Butt Portal (short) – Producer
Dead North 2019 – Zombear for Best Practical Effects
Canada Shorts Film Festival Merit Award for Arm Plant (2018)
Jeremy MacDonald is a local stage and television actor, SCUBA diver instructor and the team lead for the Shit I Found Diving in YK gang. He is an action environmentalist with a goal of pulling 10,000 lbs of debris out of the lakes around Yellowknife every summer. In his spare time he is an amateur prospector and an amateur historian with dreams of making it big with finds of gold, or a UFO. For the second season of Shit I Found Diving in YK, Jeremy has had the role of Executive Producer for the series. Now in Post-Production, he is excitedly putting the groundwork together for season 3 of the show.