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Technology & the Environment

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Category
Educational
Client
National Environmental Education Foundation
Edited by
David Findlay
Date
2012.11

Introduction

A short documtary about how a school in Maine is using technology to enrich environmental education.

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Angel Investing

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Category
Corporate
Client
Netork of Angel Organizations - Ontario
Time
6:06
Date
2012.06

Introduction

A series of talking-head interviews interspersed with b-roll footage from Toronto and Waterloo.

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What We Do

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Category
Informational
URL
http://aesthetec.net
Client
Aesthetec Studio
Date
2011.11

Introduction

I was comissioned by Mark and Ann from Aesthetec Studio to help them with one of their most challenging tasks: explaining what they do.

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Project Noah

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Category
Promotional
URL
http://projectnoah.org
Client
Networked Organisms LLC.
Date
2011.12

Introduction

With Project Noah, a mobile platform for nature exploration, users can share their wildlife encounters and contribute to ongoing scientific research. Partnered with National Geographic, the software was used for a two day event at Saguaro National Park in Arizona.

I was commissioned to document, conduct interviews, and create an overall narrative for the event.

Details

Category
Documentary
Subject
Culture
Technology
Featured On
BoingBoing
Makezine
Date
2011.5

Introduction

Held at Evergreen Brick Works, the Toronto Mini Maker Faire celebrated the culture of making, crafting, DIY-ing, tinkering, hacking and sharing. It was a weekend where makers of all kinds shared their projects and thoughts. Exhibits on display included robots, laser cutting, letterpress printing, a 3D print gallery and kinetic sculptures.

I visited the Maker Faire at the Brick Works to find out what it means to make things – to be a maker?

This film is about that question. It is about the relationship between people and technology and how they merge through the act of making. Call it “craft in an age of digital fabrication”.

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Culinary Adventure

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Category
Promotional
URL
www.culinaryadventureco.com
Client
The Culinary Adventure Company
Date
2011.7

Introduction

I was comissioned by Chef Scott and Tania to document their first Escape the City tour. The tour is already booked for the entire 2012 season.

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Category
Documentation
Event
Toronto Luminato Festival
Client
Philip Beesley Archirtect Inc.
Date
2011.6

Introduction

I was comissioned by Philip Beesley to document this interactive intstallion for his archive.

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G20 Redux

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Category
ENG
URL
http://torontoist.com
Client
Torontoist
Date
2011.6

Introduction

Approximately 400 people gathered at Queen’s Park for G20 Redux, an event marking the one-year anniversary of the G20 weekend in Toronto.

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Everything That Happens

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Category
Music Video
URL
www.rivertiber.com
Band
River Tiber
Date
2011.7

Introduction

I shot this in an architecture studio using only available light and one very large bounce.

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Category
Informational
URL
www.stepsinitiative.com
Non-Profit
STEPS Initiative
Date
2010.10

Introduction

I helped the Sustainable Thinking On Public Spaces Initiative (STEPS) to create a video about the importance of public space and the way artistic practices play a role in sustaining them.

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Regent Park Revitalized

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Category
Corporate
URL
www.dillon.ca
Client
Dillon Consulting Ltd.
Date
2009.9

Introduction

This video higlights the social, economic, and environmental sustainability of the Regent Park Revitalization Project.

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About Me

Introduction

Greetings,

I’m Ryan, a Toronto-based cinematographer and editor with an exceptional ability to tell compelling stories through video. I specialize in HDSLR video production for the web and consistently deliver content that looks beautiful and sounds great.

Over the past two years I have freelanced for corporate clients, small businesses, non-profits, technologists, and artists. My work has been featured on websites such as BoingBoing and Makezine, and I have produced content for National Geographic Televsion.

The next time you need to document an event, promote your business, deliver a message, or tell a story, be sure to contact me for a consultation.

When I’m not making films, I’m probably musing about how ubiquitous computing and locative technology is influencing our everyday urban lives and the way we navigate space. I really get a kick out of discussing the complex design histories of things we take for granted - like shopping carts.

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Phone
416-895-8417
Address
Toronto, ON, Canada

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