Awards and Nominations

2017 In Competition, Drone, Best Narrative Feature, Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival.

2016 Winner, Black Fly. Best Narrative Feature. Arizona Underground Film Festival.

2015 Winner, Best Male Lead.  Black Fly. Leo Awards, “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia’s Film and Television.” Feature Film.

2015 Awarded Perspective Canada at Cannes, Black Fly, Marché du Film de Cannes, Telefilm Canada.

2014 Official Selection, Black Fly, Vancouver International Film Festival. Nominated for Best Canadian Feature and Best BC Film.

2014 Official Pre Selection Special Screening, Music for Mandela, British Urban Film Festival, Channel 4 Headquarters, London England.

2013 Winner Audience Choice Award, Music for Mandela, Amnesty International Film Festival – Vancouver.

2013 Producer Leo Award Nomination for “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia’s Film and Television.” Music for Mandela.

2013 In Competition, Best Documentary, Atlantic Film Festival, Halifax, Music for Mandela.

2008 In Competition, Best Documentary, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Santa Barbara, CA, Dreams of Flight.

2008 Winner, Leo Award for “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia’s Film and Television.” Best Arts Documentary, Dreams of Flight.

2008 In Competition, Best Video, ReelDance Festival, Melbourne, Australia. Time Breaks Down.

2008 In Competition, Okanagan Film Festival, Kelowna BC. Ripples.

2007 Producer Leo Award Nomination for “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia’s Film and Television.” How Much Time, Kuba.

2007 Producer Leo Award Nomination for “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia’s Film and Television.” Time Breaks Down, Bend Sinister.

2006 Winner Best Public Service TV Category Lotus Awards “Best Advertising in British Columbia. Frustrated, International Dyslexia Program.

2006 Producer Leo Award Nomination for “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia’s Film and Television.” Sir Real, The Hermit.

2006 Producer Leo Award Nomination for “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia’s Film and Television.” I’m So Alone, Christine Evans.

2005 Producer Leo Award Nomination for “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia’s Film and Television.” Take Me Home, Christine Evans.

2003 Producer Leo Award Nomination for “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia’s Film and Television.” Sex and Drinking, Wyckham Porteous.

2003 Producer Leo Award Nomination “Celebrating Excellence in British Columbia‘s Film and Television.” The Streets Where You Live, Canada’s Leading Musicians.