I’ve been creating video content with Sticks & Stones Communication for just over a year.
We’ve come a long way.
A rocky mountain utopia – this film explores the great natural beauty and curious history of a serene hamlet called Nordegg. It’s philosophical origin as a Garden City – a workers paradise. To it’s contemporary role as a backcountry outpost for a new era of adventurers and dreamers. We follow outdoors writer Neil Waugh and son Colin Waugh as they fish the scenic Ram River for Cutthroat Trout, taking time to reflect on the regions unique history and a new interpretation of Martin Nordegg’s perfect place.
I have applied for funding from Telus and their Storyhive program. Currently a public vote is underway to determine which projects receive the grant. You can check out my pitch video and vote for my project here STORYHIVE
Its been a minute and I’ve been keeping things busy. Here are a bunch of projects that I have put out over this fall season. The following are personal projects and does not include any of the addicting slow motion footage I have been playing with at work. However, once it is ready I will be sure to share all of its gross/greatness.
University of Alberta Lacrosse – 3rd Annual Invitational
More photos can be found HERE
Young Diplomats of Canada (yfid rebrand) – I am working on the website currently
Quirky Promo for a Halloween Event
TERROR @ THE BOWER, OCTOBER 31 2013 from waughwaugh on Vimeo.
A Film Written/Filmed/Edited in 24h for the Edmonton International Film Festival
– trust me its harder than you think
A showdown, a throwdown, between Culina, The Common, and Mosh Burger (as seen in order above). $9 landed you a sample slider of each burger – an overwhelming amount of meat for anyone at this years Taste of Edmonton Festival. Both judges and festival goers cast their votes for the best burger in the city. This year Culina’s lamb burger took the Judges Choice Award and Mosh Burger took the Peoples Choice Award.
Today’s photo was taken on the Golden Jubilee Bridge overlooking Big Ben. Scottish defiance has been historically strong, but now more than ever since the Scottish National Party took power in 2007 and a landslide majority in 2011. Follow my blog via email or on twitter @thewaughwaugh to catch the daily photos as they unfold (whatever they may be).