Over the past decade, Scott has firmly established himself as an award winning, multi-format Toronto cinematographer and Director of Photography. Starting out in the demanding and competitive arena of advertising and corporate video, it was there that he honed his disciplined attention to detail and innate motion picture aesthetic; qualities that brought him to the attention and employ of some of the world’s most recognized global brands.
Yet, with more and more film and TV directors seeking him out, Scott’s commitment to a career in long format, filmed narratives is now being rewarded. And, as he wades deeper and deeper into episodic television and feature films (he’s in post on his second feature, “Queen of Spades”), he’s advancing his reputation as a creative DP with an intimate knowledge of the most advanced camera and lighting packages. Plainly stated, Scott is a cinematographer with the technological know-how to deliver arresting images on time and on budget. Furthermore, he displays the maturity and work ethic of a seasoned pro many years his senior. Scott has been a member of the Canadian Society of Cinematographers since 2015 recently becoming an associate member.
To view Scott’s IMDB please click here.
For the last 10 years J.P. Borchardt has worked as a Producer, Director, Videographer and Editor on a wide variety of feature film, television, documentary, music video and corporate video productions. As a Director, J.P. has won two short film awards at the CTV Cinéfest International Film Festival. Five feature films and thousands of corporate and documentary videos later, J.P. has cemented himself as a versatile, well rounded and knowledgeable media professional who routinely guides clients through every stage of production while leading the creative, logistical and technical aspects of a project with a keen eye towards quality storytelling, meeting deadlines and staying on brand and in budget.
Whether it be as a one man crew or while leading crews upwards to 30 in size, J.P. is unphased by unexpected challenges and tight deadlines and prides himself on being considered a Swiss Army Knife of video production.
J.P.’s online portfolio can be viewed at: www.jpborchardt.com
Jeremy Kane has worked as a sound recordist and technician for over ten years. His credits include Where To I Do (CTV Lifestyle), Forever Home (HGTV) and the award-winning Canadian feature film DIM THE FLUORESCENTS. He currently resides in Toronto, Ontario.
Visit Jeremy’s Website at http://www.jeremykanesound.com/
or his IMDB Page.
With over 14 years of experience working in the film and television industry Niall has assembled a number of accolades and skills. Last year he filmed all across North America, shot two feature length documentaries, helped comedians Chris Wilson (This Hour Has 22 Minutes) and Clare McConnel (Murdoch Mysteries) gain close to five million views between two videos on TikTok, shot and edited multiple development projects for production companies.
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Josh Vamos is a sound designer and mixer with experience in a wide array of media. From assembly to mix Josh has worked on Canadian television for 10+ years. He aspires to whisper story details into your ear through sound effects and keep things fresh. From DGC productions to AAA game titles at Ubisoft Josh has a diverse background in sound design and mastering. Nominated for G.A.N.G. audio awards in his work integrating and mixing cinematic audio Josh focuses on efficient workflows and can bring your production from assembly to delivery. Josh is a great guy, boy you will really love him. He is just that swell. One time he went camping and had to run for his life from hillbillies.
To view a list of Josh’s Film and TV credits view his IMDb.
Or visit his website https://www.joshvamos.com/