One is always considered mad, when one discovers something that others cannot grasp.
— Ed Wood

I will be updating this section as new productions come out.  For now, here's what I will share:

A short film about about the gesture of braiding, as it relates to our connection with ourselves, our spirits, and our original mother, Mother Earth.

Braiding represents a connection of the mind, body, and spirit--of the past, present, and future--of needs, wants, and desires--of above, below, and centre--etc.When we braid, we connect ourselves to the world around us, and honor our bodies by keeping this connection.  All of this also applies when we braid sweetgrass--one of our four sacred medicines.  

Our medicines help keep us well, and through this relationship, we have a role to take care of the land that we live on.  She feeds us, cares for us, gives us shelter, etc.  Without this relationship, we cannot survive. It is so important that we honor this relationship, and be mindful of how we are taking care of the land.  We must always be moving towards creating balance, and connection, between ourselves, our families, our communities, and our nations with the land we live on.  


Short film on Indigenous knowledge and the environment, highlighting the Walpole Island First Nation (Bkejwanong) community.
A look at the use of Indigenous drumming as it relates to protest.
A short film on Indigeneity within academia. "Finding Where I Belong"

At Duchesnay Falls, North Bay.  Capturing water in slow motion has been a hobby of mine recently.  And elder pointed out to me that if you spend time with moving water, you will be able to see things (ie. faces, animals, etc.) within the stream.  So, ever since receiving that teaching, I've been on the lookout for these kinds of things.  Kinda like 'Where's Waldo', but I don't have to worry that someone's already ruined the surprise by circling Waldo.