award winning musician • documentary filmmaker • photographer • audio/video engineer • graphic design
Documentary film Directed by David Porteous
It's called the Baja 1000 - one thousand miles through city streets, desert and mountainous terrain. And what happens when three rookie drivers attempt to compete in one of the most infamous and dangerous off-road motorsports events in the world?
Join alongside the support crew in this drama filled motorsports documentary.
Motorsports journalist Marshall Pruett returns to the IndyCar paddock after a three-month hiatus. ”The Fine Print" affords race fans a rare opportunity to follow alongside Pruett as he uncovers one of the most unsettling stories of the 2019 NTT IndyCar race season.
The Fine Print "is rather remarkable for a one-man production.”
- Marshall Pruett (RACER.com)
Row after row of white marble headstones. Beaches that were stormed by Allied troops during World War II. A young Canadian with only his acoustic guitar and his camera.
War Music documents 22-year-old singer / song-writer David Porteous' solo journey across Europe as he writes and records music inspired by the people he meets and the places he visits.
"Any project of such wide scope has potential for missteps, but Porteous's earnest songs, which we literally watch him write on the battlefields of Europe, bring some urgency to events that for many of us are usually just pieces of history. And that's no small feat."
"A race team hell bent on having fun," is the catch-all motto coined by team owner Brendan Puderbach.
FatBoy Racing! is a documentary which offers motorsports fans a rare and unique opportunity to go behind-the-scenes with a race team without what is usually a confidential and closed door environment.
“Irreverent. Engaging. Heartwarming.”
- Diane Swintal (PR coordinator, Road to Indy)
Women in the War
“Women in the War” captures the remarkable first hand accounts of a Scottish Female veteran who volunteered to defend the home front with for the Womens Auxiliary Air Force.
Filmed in Paisley, Scotland in 2005