L’ORÉAL PARIS: WOMEN OF WORTH CANADA 2019. Director of Photography, Camera Operator.

About the project:

L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth honors extraordinary women who selflessly volunteer their time to serve their communities. The signature philanthropic program embodies the L’Oréal Paris tenet that ‘Every Woman Is Worth It’ by elevating women who find beauty in giving back. Ten exceptional Women of Worth Honourees are selected from nominations to receive a total of $110,000 in charitable grants from L’Oréal Paris. In addition to receiving promotional support for their charities, each Honouree will join the Women of Worth Community, a national platform to support and promote their causes, share information, network and help spread the spirit of volunteerism across the country.

Following are 4 of the 10 women’s stories. For more about this project, click HERE.

W.O.W 2019 Honoree: Lynne Rosychuk


W.O.W 2019 Honoree: Nicole White.


W.O.W 2019 Honoree: Danielle Main.


W.O.W 2019 Honoree: Dr. Eliza Olson.


THE CARDBOARD PROJECT. Cinematographer and Editor.

About the project:

The Cardboard Project is a collection of cardboard responses from people in Vancouver's "Downtown East side" answering the question: “What is something in your past that’s changed who you are?”.

After collecting these responses for two years, we transformed the cardboard pieces into a massive three-eyed art exhibition. Each eye represented a theme: Human Connection, Recovery and Mindset.

Five speakers shared their wisdom pertaining to these themes (Rosan Auyeung, Marcel Mousseau, Mark Groves, Jeremy Goldberg and Tim Ames).

Downtown Eastside local artist Marcel Mousseau created and designed this piece.

Click HERE for more about this project.

The Cardboard Project 2018.