Have you ever wondered what it was like to work on a movie set? Or been curious how, some of the magic of film making is brought to life?

I have been working in the film industry since childhood in every capacity from extra to stunt driver and everything in between. I will share stories from my career and anything new coming up. There are many things I have yet to learn myself, in many ways, my journey is your journey also.

I just love motorcycles and cool cars and I will be reviewing my favorites. I will be interviewing Industry professionals in all areas of specialty including, but not limited to stunts. I admire stunt performers very much and I believe they should be given more accolades; did you know The Academy has no stunt category? I think there should be! Don’t you? I am here to inform and entertain but also to answer any questions you may have, so do not hesitate to drop me a line! The road to success in this industry is often paved with rejection.

My major piece of advice to anyone interested in pursuing a career in film, in any capacity, you have to love it! You have to be passionate about what you bring to the table and you have to work at it, and work and work! Learn to use what people who doubt you say, as fuel to prove them wrong. Follow your dreams no matter what your circumstances are. Never let yourself feel the pain of regret for never having tried! This is my means to share with the world a little window behind the scenes of the sometimes bustling Vancouver film scene.

The entertainment industry in Vancouver is a pretty tight knit community and often the world of film and music collides in the best possible way. I have many friends in the music industry and I will be interviewing them and reviewing their musical contributions as well. If you have anyone you would like to see interviewed or topics you would like to see explored, drop me a line, and I will try my best to make that happen.

Thank you for your support!






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When not working in film, you can usually find me in the motorsports industry in some capacity or other. Last year I was service manager at Vespa in Vancouver, where we had the express privilege of creating the scooters for Deadpool 2. They were Vespa Primavera 150’s with a big bore kit on them and they were fast and finished off with a Deadpool paint job. Here is a picture of me with the bikes before rolling out to set. Go cheack out Deadpool 2 and these awesome scooters!


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