I believe that there's no limit to storytelling through the medium of video. Through work projects and as a long-time hobbyist, I have experience operating DSLRs, micro 4/3 cameras, and zoom audio recording devices. I also edit my videos, which includes sound synching, audio cleanup, and colour correction/grading.
I was happy to volunteer as a videographer for the BE A BRIDGE fundraising hike in North Vancouver on Aug 26, 2017. I'm always down for a good hike, but crossing the river in my bare feet also gave me a new appreciation for the convenience of bridges and the things we take for granted in Canada.
Videography & editing: Kendra Boyles
Drone videography: Andrew Wright
Kakenya's Crossing videography: Ken Ommemo
A video journal of our stay in the Tantalus Hut at Lake Lovely Water, Squamish, BC. We were there to paint, fish, explore, relax, and 3 of us to attempt Mt. Alpha.
Videography, colour correction, editing: Kendra Boyles
'Beauty in the Wild' by Berkley Mallin
'The Flow' by Twin Flames
A short video I created with some friends on how climbing communities form and why they're important. This was an opportunity to practice filming interviews and work through some of the challenges of outdoor video-making.
Videography, sound recording, interviewing, editing and colour correction by Kendra Boyles
Engineers Without Borders creates change by supporting social innovations in Canada and Africa that can break the systems that sustain poverty. WSP is going into its second year of participation with EWB by lending an employee to their fellowship program. Using their professional skills, fellows have an opportunity to work in Africa to help develop and establish lasting industry to alleviate poverty. I had the opportunity to film an interview with Brian Putre, WSP's first ever fellow, in order to encourage the next round of fellows to apply and to get the word out on WSP's participation in the fellowship program.