A little bit of Our story:

Jason Giberson          

This will be kept short because my approach to storytelling is to make it all about you and the people who matter most to you - clients, customers, prospects, employees, stakeholders, and others.





My videography and production story begins with a lifelong interest in the visual world. It became more formalized when I completed my four-year program in Broadcast, Film and Television at Niagara College. I added to that education with studies at Sheridan College in editing. 

All along the way, I was involved in the film industry on the production end with work as a digital restoration artist on programs such as Anne of Green Gables, Two Short Films About Glenn Gould, and Degrassi Goes Hollywood. It was also great learning to work in scanning and recording on films such as Passchendaele, Brokeback Mountain, and A History of Violence.

While I still spend a considerable amount of my time working in a darkened studio refining video and digital images, I also work enthusiastically with clients to create and film their stories for maximum impact.  

On the personal front of my story - I am a proud father of three children and also find time to support my wife with her professional practice.  And, if you're interested in a little game of pick up basketball, I'm your guy.

Daniel Morgan



I was always interested in photography when I was a kid. I enjoy the creative outlet it provides and the feeling of growth learning a new skill has granted me.

Examined closely - everything holds interest.  That's why my photography ranges across virtually all subject matter. Still photography grants us the ability to freeze time and capture something in intricate detail. We capture fleeting moments for eternity.  

When photographing people, my approach is informal and conversational.  I aim to catch them in the act of being themselves. I reveal what my subject looks like and more important - what lies beneath the surface. Everyone likes a flattering picture of themselves and that's never been more true than now, since social media has provided us a platform to represent ourselves. My goal in shooting portraits is to produce something people feel truly represents them, that they would be proud to share on a profile or hang on a wall.