Here is the video of the Nunamin Illihakvia project, run in partnership with Health Canada and the Ulukhaktok Community Corporation.
Much of my footage was put to good use in this great little video detailing the work of the project.
My role was to document this project.
Along the way, I made many friends and learned valuable life lessons. The journey has changed my life.
Sitting on a beach in sub-tropical Queensland really makes you think. I sat far up the beach towards the dunes, just under the shade of a tree and thought about the last few months. As I cast my back, Continue reading
I sat at the table in awe of the story I was listening to – it involved a hammer, wood chisel and a frost bitten toe. I could barely contain my amazement at the story and tried to act casually by sipping my hot, black tea. Stories of pure cold that bites deep into your bones are as alien to me as this landscape – for a boy from sub-tropical Australia, the Canadian Arctic is another world. Continue reading
I stared out the window of our plane with awe as we soared above the Earth. The vast landscape of trees and small hills stretched to the horizon. To the north, a line was visible. the trees became thinner, smaller and not so dense. Then there were no trees at all. Just snow and ice. Continue reading