Professional High Definition Video Production & New Media
AltaGas, Calgary, Alberta
BC Hydro, Vancouver, B.C.
Branding the Peace Association
Global Television Network, Vancouver, B.C.
City of Dawson Creek, B.C.
Destiny Drilling Ltd., Calgary, Alberta
District of Tumbler Ridge, B.C.
Enterprise Centre, Dawson Creek, B.C.
Government of Canada
High & Wild Wilderness Safaris, Fort St. John, BC
Holy Crow Productions, Vancouver, BC
HPI Health Products International
JD Piling & Anchor, Calgary, Alberta
John Mitchell Communications, Calgary Alberta
Lesser Slave Lake Economic Development
Leverton and Associates Vancouver B.C.
Min.of Agriculture / Tourism, Victoria, B.C.
Northern Lights College, Dawson Creek, B.C.
Northern Lights Space & Science Centre, Yukon
RG Strategies, Kamloops, BC
Rotary International, Chicago Illinois USA
School District #59, Dawson Creek, B.C.
Town of Watson Lake, Yukon
Radar Lake Afternoon
We pride ourselves on the high standards we put in all our work. With over 25 years
of experience in the video and new media field, we have produced a comprehensive
range of video programs and new media for a wide range of organizations and
businesses throughout Canada and the US.
Samples of some E-Cards we have produced
The E-Card can hold information about your
business of services including high
quality video, text, Powerpoint & Flash
content as well as link to your web site & email
DVDs For Sale
This 15 minute video takes you
on a journey through the
wilderness areas of Northern
British Columbia and the Yukon.
Experience the four seasons, the
Northern Lights and the raw
pristine beauty of some of the last
true wilderness on our planet.
Filmed and produced by
Hank Bridgeman with original
musical score by William
Spell of the North ( winner of a 2003 Telly Award) The First 25 Years (The history of Tumbler Ridge, BC)
This 30 minute video documents
how in just 3 years in the early
1980s, the town of Tumbler Ridge
was carved out of patch of
uninhabited wilderness and turned
into a modern mining community.
In 2000 / 2003 the mines closed
down leaving Tumbler Ridge to
face an uncertain future. Tumbler
Ridge endured and matured after
meeting many challenges.
This is the story of that journey
Interactive CD ROM
Some Of Our Work
Dawson Creek a History in Pictures and Sound
Celebrating Dawson Creek's 50th Anniversary
It has been less then 100 years since the first settlers came to the
area we now call the Peace River Country. Since then, Dawson
Creek, "Capital of the Peace" has grown into a bustling city of over
13,000 residents. How did we get from there to here? This 41 minute
Documentary explores the history of Dawson Creek from George
Dawson's famous trip in 1879, to the present.
Bear Mountain Wind Park
Lesser Slave Lake Economic
Lesser Slave Lake Forest
Sustainable Dawson Creek
Forrest Kerr Run of River