Since the fall of 2013 I have been fortunate enough to have worked with tourism focused business's and organization to help their marketing mix by producing videos mainly for online distribution. Clients include:
Destination BC, Tourism Rossland, Red Mountain Ski Resort
Tourism Rossland in association with funding from Kootenay Rockies Tourism has put together our first ever television ad.
This ad will air in Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver markets August 2015 on CTV.
Directed By: Eric Gonzalez
Creative Assistance: Ryan Flett, Deanne Steven
Script By: Tyler Bradley
Voice Over: Graham Tracey
Music: "Revealing Lights" Premium Beat
Actors: Natasha & Ian Lockey , Dane Tudor, Jessie Fuller, Hannah Sterpin, Chloe Franklin
Thanks to: THE CLAW Tripod
Video for 2015 Canada Day celebrations
Rossland is the Mountain Bike Capital of Canada! Our mountain biking mecca is nestled in the beautiful Rossland Range, with around 200km of maintained trails you can get wild on gnarly descents, cruise on flowing single track, or challenge the famous IMBA Seven Summits trail. We are a paradise for bikers and you will have to experience it to truly know, but don't just believe the hype (even though it is true). We have something to challenge everyone.
The West Kootenays have some of the most incredible mountain courses in Canada. In and around Rossland you have the opportunity to visit Redstone, Christina Lake, and Birchbank Golf Courses.
There are so many great fishing places around Rossland including the Columbia River, Kootenay Lake and many other lakes and rivers.
We have the most fabulous network of multi-use non-motorised trails in the universe. Here is a sneak peak at the team from the Kootenay Columbia Trails Society (KCTS) which shows us why our trails are so great!
The Society is dedicated to the highest standard of sustainable trails, satisfying user experiences and responsible trail management.
The continued success and expansion of our trail network depends on the support of members and volunteers. Become a member of the KCTS today and show that we need to keep these trails open and remarkable.