The Team

David R. Gray, PhD
Producer, Director, Scriptwriter, Researcher, Photography, Editing
David has been a researcher and writer, specializing in the areas of environment, parks, local history and arctic ecology for 40 years. As well as directing and producing the 2010 film Canadian Soldier Sikhs, and directing Searching for the Sikhs of Tod Inlet, he also has worked as scientific advisor for five TV films on arctic wildlife. His original movie footage of arctic wildlife has been used in four TV films, in several national museum exhibits, and in two Virtual Museum of Canada virtual museum exhibitions that he created (Ukaliq: the Arctic Hare in 2005 and Northern People: Northern Knowledge in 2003).
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Ian Hall
Director of Photography, Filmmaker, Film Editor, Sound Editor
Ian Hall has worked in the video and multimedia world for more than 10 years. His most recent film as Director of Photography is Canadian Soldier Sikhs. In 2008 he was producer of Searching for the Sikhs of Tod Inlet. His earlier videography experience included event videos, TV commercials, corporate videos and legal videos. Among the projects Ian has worked on are International Guide to Business in China and Ottawa International Student Programs - Study in Ottawa. As a graduate of the Interactive Multimedia program at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Ian's focus and command of the technical aspects of interactive mulitimedia and video productions is second to none. Ian spent a year teaching English in Taiwan, and speaks some Mandarin.
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