Alan Bibby

Alan Bibby has produced, directed and shot several major documentaries including: "The Darien Gap", “ Expedition to Patagonia”,"Wings", "The Vertical Desert” (CBC), "Lord of the Tremors" (BBC), and "Operation Drake" (ABC).

Alan has worked with the National Film Board as producer, director, production manager and soundman. Alan produced and was DOP of "Cowboy" - a Genie Award finalist (1986). "Cowboy" was also voted a Special Jury Award at the 1986 Banff Mountain Film Festival. "Bears to Bartok" and "The Man from Petrocan" won Best Documentaries at AMPIA. “Foster Child” has many awards, worldwide. Co-productions with the NFB include “Meeting Ground” and “The Long Walk”.

He lives in Salt Spring, B.C.

Pat Morrow

Pat's photographic career took off when he scaled Mount Everest in 1982 as the photographer for Canada's first and widely publicized expedition to that mountain. He continued a global climbing spree to the highest peak on every continent. By 1986, he reached the summit of Irian Jaya's Carstensz Pyramid, thus completing the Seven Summits project. His book, Beyond Everest: Quest for the Seven Summits, documents that hallmark adventure. In recognition of these achievements, he received the Order of Canada in 1988 and the Summit of Excellence at the 1990 Banff Mountain Film Festival.

Over the past 10 years, Pat and his partner Baiba have worked in the roles of DOP, camera operator, field producer and sound recordist on more than 40 film and video productions, most of them mountain-related. Their clients include National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, TV Ontario, the Canadian International Development Agency, and CTV.


Will Schmidt


Will Schmidt is a documentary video producer, media educator and consultant  based in Canmore, Alberta.  He particularly enjoys working on projects that examine social issues, explore artistic endeavour, present our history or interpret the natural environment.