Hank Bridgeman began his career in London Ontario in 1978
producing multi-media presentations on conservation
education for the Ontario Government.
In 1980 he moved to Vancouver and worked as a freelance
cameraman / producer. After a visit to Dawson Creek, BC he
fell in love with the Peace River Area and decided to make
Dawson Creek his home in 1981. He worked for the South
Peace School District as the Audio Visual Media Specialist. In
1983 he started Northeast Productions, the first professional
video production company in Northeast BC. In 2006 the
company name changed to Peace VideoWorks.
Hank's work has aired on CBC, CTV, Discovery Channel, Global,
CMT, Knowledge Network, TSN as well as featured at the
World Energy Conference 1989, Montreal, Quebec, the APEC
97 Conference in Vancouver B.C. and the Vancouver
International Airport. He has won several awards including a
Marketing Canada Award, Summit International Creative
Awards, a Bronze Telly Award (2003) and a BC Economic
Development Award (Best Economic Development Marketing
Package for a city in British Columbia) (2005).
He has produced several Feature
Documentaries Including a TV hour
documentary on agriculture in the B.C. Peace
entitled “Wide Skies and Fertile Fields”.
Another TV Documentary entitled “The Teslin
Tlingit Heritage Centre, produced in the
Yukon. During Hank's stay in the Yukon in
2001 he was also the Audio Visual Media
Specialist and consultant for the Northern
Lights Space and Science Centre.
Other accomplishments include:
Location Sound for the Emmy award winning
documentary “The Champagne Safari”.
Professional High Definition Video Production & New Media