Four images showing the before and after versions of Photoshopped images. The results are amazing and possibilities are endless… with time.Read More
Don't have time to watch the half hour version? See the 'trailer' (under 4 minutes).
Ever wonder how wine is made? This little gem of a film will show you – it is a chronicle of a year in the life of Summerland’s Giant Head Estate Winery. It is a high energy tribute to wine making featuring three main characters who clearly enjoy their jobs almost as much as the fruits of their labours. The film is a raucous, hard working bacchanalia set to sweet 60’s soul. Best with wine, pour yourself a dollop and enjoy!
Roark Critchlow, actor and writer
John Glavina, Giant Head Estate Winery owner
Krimo, master wine maker
Rob Ludwig, model and professional ski bum
Jinny Lee, vineyard manager
Jessica Glavina, assistant wine maker
Also check out the video on the Vancouver launch of Canyonview Wines.
Videos are by our video production company - Storyboard Productions
Serendipitously coinciding with the International Wine Festival at the Vancouver Convention Centre on March 1, Summerland's Giant Head Winery launched it's new premium Canyonview Chardonnay wine. Sixty members of the trade including sommeliers, wine buyers and restaurateurs were invited to the exclusive wine tasting at the Tap & Barrel Room next to the Convention Centre. Over 200 people showed up.
The Tap and Barrel's private event room sits above the seawall and the busy Harbour Air dock. It's a spectacular backdrop for patrons who also have a ringside seat into the high commerce action of the convention center which this weekend was hosting wineries from all over the world.
If you have a buzz-worthy product people will be all over it which was the case at the launch for the Canyonview Chardonnay. The sophisticated small lot vineyard wine was embraced wholeheartedly and reviews from industry press are enthusiastic.
Watch for the launch of the Canyonview Pinot Noir in September.
Project mandate: Unlimited Vision did the photography and created the wine label, cork and foil graphics, plus all support material including brochures, website and video (the latter through our other company, Storyboard Video Productions.)
Last summer through our video production company Storyboard Productions we began filming footage for clients participating in our Storyboard project on Summerland, BC. The March 1, 2018 video release for Giant Head Winery and the launch of their Canyonview Wines was part of the project. It highlights the antics of three main characters as they navigate the choppy seas of wine making - it is an adventure, a comic romp through each stage of wine production from initial netting to pruning of the vines months later.
Actor Roark Critchlow known and loved as Dr. Mike Horton from Days of Our Lives who also possesses an IMDB profile longer than Summerland's Kettle Valley Railway is one of the main characters and is flanked by Rob Ludwig, professional model and perpetual ski bum and John Glavina the laid back Mediterranean owner of Giant Head Winery.
If you'd like a humourous look inside the wine production process check out the videos - there's both an extended or shorter version:
This is actor, musician, writer Roark Critchlow photographed in a number of locations in Summerland, BC in the Okanagan. The props, the setting, the lighting, the mood – all affect the study of location, as the character's substance is brought to the scene.Read More
I was delighted that a favourite photo of mine of the lovely and ultra-talented writer, designer and artist Danielle Krysa, (i.e. The Jealous Curator), was chosen for an article in the magazine – L'Officiel Italia.
This lady is one of the most photogenic people around and looking through the final images is such a treat; "ooh look at that, and oh that one's good." Danielle never takes a bad photo. So much fun also. Thank you Danielle!
Many Hats Theatre in nearby Penticton is such a treat. To have this much talent in a small town of under 100,000 is a head scratcher, Where did all of these people come from?
I like to play around with the fantasy that is theatre and create illustrations that might work for theatre posters. Just for fun.