Into Twin Galaxies


We teamed up with RedBull Media House and director / magician Jochen Schmoll on this amazing project:

“Three National Geographic “Adventurers of the Year” (Erik Boomer, Sarah McNair-Landry and Ben Stookesberry) embark on an unreal ski and kayak mission across Greenland. Using kite skis, they tow their whitewater kayaks over 1000km of the Greenland Ice Cap to reach the most northern river ever paddled.”

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Directed, filmed and edited “Pittarak”, a 22 min adventure film about a kite skiing crossing of the Greenland Icecap.

Pour ne pas perdre le Nord


Directed, wrote and researched “Pour ne pas perdre le Nord” of a 25 min French documentary on waste management problems in the North, produced by the National Film Board of Canada. The documentary played in environmental film festivals across Canada and aired on CBC and Radio Canada.

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Taking Shape


Sarah directed, wrote and shot “Taking Shape”, a 10-minute documentary profiling an Inuit artist, produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

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Way of the North

 2015 – present:

An adventure documentary following Sarah McNair-Landry and Erik Boomer on their epic120-day dog-sledding expedition around Baffin Island. Coming soon…


Expedition Q


We got to collaboration with super talented filmmaker Skip Armstrong at Wazee Motion Pictures on Expedition Q, which toured film festivals around the world including…

– Kendall Mountain Film Festival, UK

– Mendi Mountain Film Festival, Spain

– Vancouver International Film Festival, Canada

– Festival Gorniskega Filma Dozale, Slovenia

– The Adventure Travel Film Festival, UK


2013 – 2015

Directed and produced “Gauge,” an experimental art installation. Monumental ice walls appear to emerge out of the frozen ocean, due to the rise and fall of the tide beneath the ice. Three artists use natural eco-friendly colouring, to mark the temporary ice walls. The short-lived works are subject to friction, ocean and temperature, which quickly erase the paintings, washing the images from memory, back into the Arctic Ocean. Meanwhile a team captures the only remaining evidence through time-lapse photography. Read More

– Premiered at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Nuit Blanche (Toronto, Ontario).

– Installation at the University of New Mexico Art Gallery (Albuquerque, New Mexico).

– Installation at the ANENE07, Edge Flo (Gatineau, Quebec).

– Installation at the Canada House (London, England)

– Installation at the Urban Shaman (Winnipeg, Canada)