Tell me about yourself

It’s funny (tragically) and sobering how proximity is meaningless in bringing people together. We live next to people we barely know, beyond saying “Hi.” All I know of them is what their name, what they look like, what they do for a living, etc. Some, I don’t even know, period. Sometimes, people are just there. And because of that, they fade away and we forget about them.

Demo Reel 2016

We thought it was about time for us to post a demo reel showcasing some of the adventures, people, moments, memories we’ve captured over the past while. This time around we wanted to try something a little different.

At Wakefield we strive for balance. Ever passionate about the depth of a story and equally fervent in pursuit of visuals that wow us, we are constantly on a search for what moves our soul and stirs our spirit.

Hope Through Nature [FASD Documentary]

I used to think making movies take a really long time. Now that I’m part of making even short films, I can see why. From the concept of the film, to the filming, to the editing, every detail gets looked over and decided upon. Nothing is left to chance, because story, is valuable and precious and never should get a haphazard treatment.

Meet Your Neighbours: Dairy Farmers

I recently made a discovery: ultrasounds are not as romantic as they make it on TV. As a guy, you’re surrounded by pregnant ladies who are uncomfortably drinking water to keep their bladders full so that the sonography gets a good image. Donna was incredibly uncomfortable, waiting her turn. When we got to see the first image of our baby, it was incredible but also a relief for her as she could finally go to the bathroom.

B.O.Z’s Transformation [CBS: Real Stories]

You always see in movies where someone has something to hide, the proverbial “closet full of skeletons”. It’s either some illness, or some character defect, some past failure that is too heinous for forgiveness and only makes people judge you and hate you. And the writing typically has three different directions to head towards:

The secret is discovered and people hate that character
The secret is discovered and nothing happens
The secret is discovered, there are consequences, but good comes out of it.

StrongCamp Submission Video

Jacquelyn Son is a personal trainer in our hometown of Vancouver, Canada. We met her a few years ago when she was just beginning her journey of learning about health and fitness. We have seen her blossom and grow into the strong woman you see here and it is with such great joy that we share with you a glimpse into her life and story.

A Hidden Gem for Small Business Owners

Have you ever felt like you have this great product, service or program that if only people knew about it, they’d want to get involved or learn more?

For the past year, I’ve been serving on the advisory committee of the small business council (at the Vancouver Board of Trade) and it’s been a really neat experience hearing and learning from different business owners on how they do business and how they’re making an impact. However, only a small group of people in the board of trade knew or understood who they are, what they do and the heart behind it.

This past summer we set out to change that.

Say Hi To A Stranger

I have been a Vancouverite since birth and as I have grown, so has the city.

One big trend I’ve been noticing in Vancouver is the growth of individual communities. In the past few years, we’ve seen public community gardens occupy once-abandoned plots of land, cute little coffeeshops and grocery stores pop up in the middle of residential neighbourhoods, public outdoor spaces in downtown and more.

Actions Speak Loud – The HUB & Vancity

I felt like I was going to die. Just kidding. Well, maybe not… But my arm was definitely dying. How did I get there, you ask. Well…

We live in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and more and more, people realize that in order to keep it beautiful, or even make it more beautiful, we need to change the way we do things, or in this case, the way we get around. One thing we underutilize in Vancouver is our legs, and by extension, our bikes.