Posts By jules

Tina Jones – Big Sky

It was a lot of fun working with Tina Jones on some video projects for her new album, ‘Quickening’.
Her PledgeMusic campaign to raise funds for recording the album was a great success!

On the morning of July 9, 2015, Tina and I set out to her favourite local walking beach: Whalebone, with instruments, microphones, cameras and audio recording gear in-tow. It was awesome capturing the tune live and in nature! There was hardly a soul in sight the entire time we were there.

Good Question – The Kerplunks

We recently had the great opportunity to work with The Kerplunks on their newest music video: ‘Good Question’.
If the video portrays even half of fun we had creating it, we think you’ll really enjoy the adventure!

Be sure to visit The Kerplunks website!

The Joy of Grandparents

I had the pleasure of editing this funny and light-hearted little piece by Peter Campbell of Gumboot Productions for SMUS Junior School in Victoria.

Visit Gumboot online at!

Jeff Molloy on ShawTV Nanaimo

ShawTV Nanaimo did a ‘GO! Island’ piece on about Jeff Molloy and CTTS provided some of the footage of Jeff working in the studio.

Strange Sisters with Bad Manners

This is a short promo trailer for the Sheila Norgate talk ‘Lesbian Etiquette; Strange Sisters with Bad Manners’.

We had a lot of fun putting this piece together inside a heavily modified ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ studio. Sheila smoked her lungs black for the cause. Now if that’s not dedication, I don’t know what is!

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PHC Hunger Awareness Week

A short animated web video promoting Hunger Awareness Week at PHC.

We decided to keep the visual message really close to home so we animated some dried beans to create ‘the Bean family’ as well as the other fun graphs and graphics featured in the video! A special thanks to all the community members who lent their voices for the video!

Visit PHC on their website to learn more!

Doc Shoot in Azores

I recently returned from a documentary shoot in the Azores islands where I was working as a camera operator alongside the amazing filmmaker Peter Campbell of Gumboot Productions on a project for the Portuguese Joe Memorial Society, following Luke Marston as he reconnected with the roots of his great, great grandfather, Portuguese Joe.

What a blast I had with our amazing group of people, and what a beautiful place the Azores are. We spent most of our time on Pico island, which in some ways is like stepping back in time. From the amazing food and wines, to the stunning unesco protected half-century old lava rock houses and vineyards, this place should be on everyone’s bucket list!

Update June 2014: CTV is using some of the footage from the Azores shoot and a recent Reid Island shoot in an episode of First Story!

Here is a screen grab from some of the footage: the view of Faial from Pico.


Vijnana Yoga with Flo

Following in the vein of the practice, we approached this project as one might approach a dance: we clarified our intentions at the start, but we allowed the dance to take us where it willed. The result was a meditative production experience that beckoned me to drop my guard many times and just go with the flow (or with the Flo). I think the result is a beautiful and captivating journey into the realm and teachings of Vijnana Yoga with Flo.

Visit Flo’s website at

The Lynch Group

I worked with The Lynch Group of Coast Realty Group on this web promo, which is part tourism promo for Gabriola Island, and part marketing promo for the Lynch’s. The idea behind this project was to present the beauty and community offered by Gabriola while introducing The Lynch Group and showing what they have to offer those interested in property on this island!

You can have a look at the listing on

Made with Real Maple Syrup

On this project I had the opportunity to work with a very talented artist who also happens to be my dad.
We wanted to come up with a creative presentations of an artist e-folio, so jammed the idea’s out in his studio and the edit suite for a couple of days before settling on this approach. If you get the references, good on ya’!

You can check out Jeff’s website at