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Broadcast Television Projects recently completed:

We Dare to Dream, Director, Cinematographer and Editor. A one hour documentary history of Finnish immigration to Canada and their largely unrecognized contribution to life in Canada. CHUM Group 2006

Joanna! The Emperor’s New Clothes Director, Cinematographer, Editor, A half hour documentary about Joanna Staniszkis, who is a fabric artist opening her next show—on and about silk, complete with silk worms, at a Vancouver Gallery. Bravo, Access and CLT, 2006

From the Spirit, Editor, A 13 part television series featuring First Nations artists, including Jane Ash Poitras, Terry McCue, Roy Henry Vickers, Jim Hart and others from across Western and Northern Canada. APTN - Aboriginal Peoples Television Network 2005.

Clay in Hand, Director, Videographer, Editor, A half hour documentary about two couples, one in Edmonton and one in Calgary, who are renowned wood-fired ceramic artists. Bravo! 2005

Alberta - Frontiers and Futures Producer, A one hour documentary commemorating the centennial of the province and seen through the eyes of an inventive and curious guide. Access: the education station and Canadian Learning Television. 2005

Circumpolar Bears A one hour documentary about bears above the Arctic Circle from Canada and Alaska to Finland and Kamchatka. Discovery Channel

Edmonton: An Historic Journey A one-hour historical documentary seen through the windows of ETS#432, with host Cameron Malcolm and driver Ernie Bastide, is a tour of the past hundred years of community life in Edmonton. Along the way we meet some notable community members like: Lori-Ann Muenzer Olympic Gold medallist, former mayor, Jan Reimer, author Mel Hurtig, former Premier and quarterback of the Eskimos Don Getty, Deputy Prime Minister Ann McLellan, Wop May's son Denny May, Dave Thomas SCTV alumnus, and Jamie Sale' & David Pelletier, John Acorn and many more.

Tillenius: The Art of Nature Director/Editor of two documentary programs about the renowned Winnepeg wildlife and diarama artist Clarence Tillenius. Karvonen Films for Bravo and CLT. 2004

Discovering Wildness Associate Producer (and Director/Editor of 6 episodes) A 13 part series highlighting various species of wildlife in their natural wilderness habitat. Karvonen Films Ltd. Delivery to Discovery Channel Oct. 2003.

A Tale of Two Swans Director,Editor, Documentary on theTundra and the Trumpeter Swan Part of the Discovering Wildness series Karvonen Films Ltd. 2003.

The Fish Eaters Editor Documentary on the Pelican and the Cormorant. Part of the Discovering Wildness series Karvonen Films Ltd. 2003.

Heiltsuk: Search for the Salmon Wolf Editor, Documentary on the search by the Chief of the Heiltsuk First Nation for the elusive Rainforest/Salmon Wolf. Part of the Discovering Wildness series Karvonen Films Ltd. 2003.

Prairie Rocket Editor, Documentary on the Pronghorn, the fastest land animal next to the cheetah. Part of the Discovering Wildness series Karvonen Films Ltd. 2003.

**Seadogs and Toothwalkers Director/Editor, Documentary on Seals and Walrus Part of the Discovering Wildness series Karvonen Films Ltd. 2003.

Bears, Bears, Bears Director/Editor, Documentary on polar bears, brown (grizzly) bears and the black bear. Part of the Discovering Wildness series Karvonen Films Ltd. 2002.

**Life with Dad Director, 60 min. documentary on the lives of single custodial fathers and their children. National Film Board. (May. 2002)

Ancient Rainforest: the Land of Giants Editor 60 min documentary on the largest temperate rainforest in the world, along the BC coast and the animals that live there. Karvonen Films Ltd. for Discovery Channel 2001

***The Return of the Peregrine Director/Editor, 60 min. A ‘good news’ documentary program on the removal of the Peregrine Falcon from Canada’s Endangered Species List. Reel Girls Media for Nature of Things CBC, 2001

The People of Sointula Director/Editor. 60 min. documentary on an island community that was originally settled in 1901 as the “Finnish Utopia” in the “new world”. Karvonen Films for Vision 2001

The Tourist Director, 2 episodes (London & Dublin) of the weekly television series starring Rick Bronson. Big Schtick/Anaid Productions. 2000.

Acorn: The Nature Nut Director of 4 x 30 min. programs of the 1999/2000 series:
Episode 85: Ohipi Pipipi
**Episode 86: Low Down on Hawaii
Episode 87: Hi High Hawaii
Episode 88: Right Around Upside Down Geckoes
Great North Productions, 2000.

**Wilderness Enforcers Director, Editor. 3 x 30min. Documentaries highlighting the work of Enforcement Officers of Alberta Environment. Karvonen Films Ltd. for Canadian Learning Television/Access the Education Station. 2000.

Health Canada Series Producer, Director & Writer, 1 x 60 and 4 x 30 min. Knowledge based documentaries for Canadian university medical, nursing and pharmacy faculties. NetworkONE for Health Canada. 1999.

Treasures of the Wild Editor. 3 x 30min. Nature/Wildlife documentaries, 'Bamfield', 'Adams River', 'Prince Albert National Park'. Karvonen Films Ltd. for Discovery Channel 1999

Other Selected Television Programs and Films:

Am a Writer Director, A 60 min. documentary for the series  --A Woman I Know, on contemporary Canadian women writers.  ACCESS, the Education Station, 1998.

Modern Rustlers Editor, A 60 min. documentary on horse rustling in the 90's in Western Canada. Dinosaur Soup 1998.

Place Your Bets Director. A 30 min. documentary on Video Lottery Terminals and their effects on individuals and society, Merry Dancer Media/CFRN/CTV 1998.

More Room in our Hearts Director. A 30 min. documentary on Open Adoption, Merry Dancer Media/CFRN/CTV 1997.

Mortgaging Your Future Director. A 30 min. documentary looking at the high cost of post-secondary education and the effects of very high student loans on new graduates. Merry Dancer Media/CFRN/CTV 1997.

In the DropZone: Producer, Writer A 60 min. documentary about the 1997 Canadian National Skydiving Championships held at Lake Eden, Alberta. NetworkONE Productions for CTV. 1997

Where the Future Grows Producer - Director, Writer A 30 min. sponsored documentary -- an insider's view of the forestlands operations of a major forestry company in Alberta. NetworkONE Productions for Weyerhaeuser Canada. 1997.

Acorn: The Nature Nut Director of 8 x 30-min. programs of the 1996 series:
Episode 27: Fish Fanatics & Guppy Guys,
Episode 33: A Potted Potpourri,
Episode 34: Water Strider Insider,
Episode 35: Keep Them Dung Balls Rollin',
Episode 37: Mountain Menagerie,
Episode 38: About Trout,
Episode 40: Mushroom With a View
and Episode 41: Hummingbird Haven,
Great North Productions for The Discovery Channel. 1996

Half a World Apart and a Lifetime Away, Living Gandhi & Warriors for Peace  Producer - Editor of 1- 60 min. and 2- 30 min. documentaries following Grand Chief Ovide Mercredi on his trip to India to confer with Gandhi scholars about peaceful resistance and non-violent protest. The Solstice Entertainment Group for Vision and Access: the education station 1996.

Protection Force: The Price of Duty  Editor A 60 min. documentary and tribute to Corp. Mark "Izzy" Isfeld, a Canadian Peacekeeper, killed clearing mines in the former Yugoslavia. NFB 1995

Protection Force: In God's Command  Editor A 60 min. (and a 30 min. version for Man Alive) documentary on "The Padre"-- army chaplain Capt. Mark Sargent and his complex ministry with the Canadian Peacekeepers, and locals in the former Yugoslavia. NFB 1995.

Coppermine  Director, Writer and Editor. A 60 min. film documentary about the consequences of the coming of the white men to the central Arctic. This is a story told by the witnesses--those who were there at the time and some of those who came to establish the village of Coppermine in 1929. National Film Board 1992.

Donald Brittain: Filmmaker  Co-Producer, Associate Director. A feature length biographical documentary about the world famous documentary filmmaker Donald Brittain. Co-production ACCESS Network and National Film Board, 1992.

Brittain on Brittain  Producer, Director, Writer. A documentary series (13 X 90 min.) which features Donald Brittain, the world renowned filmmaker and a selection of some of his best known films. ACCESS Network & National Film Board, 1990.

Discovery Digest  Producer, Director and Writer. (52 X 30 min.) A weekly magazine designed not only to inform and interest the viewer in both scientific and technological break throughs, but as well, to glimpse the creative process behind the scenes. The series covers the broad spectrum of creative discovery from agriculture and petrochemicals to lasers and robotics, from the medical research professor at the University, through to the guy who invents a new bottle opener in his garage. The common thread throughout is relevance--what do these discoveries mean to you. ACCESS Network.

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