Ian MacKenzie is a new media producer based in Vancouver, BC.
He has a background in video journalism, and has produced a number of segments dealing with topics as diverse as eco-consumerism, peak oil, and music culture.
In 2009, he worked on Word Travels, a travel reality series airing on OLN, CityTV, and National Geographic.
More recently, Ian produced the full-length Spiritually Incorrect, based on the live stage show of author/activist Alan Clements.
His latest project is the full-length documentary based on The One Week Job project, chronicling the epic journey of one man working 52 jobs in 52 weeks.
He holds a BA in Communication from Simon Fraser University, and a Diploma from Long Ridge Writer’s Group.
After ten years of working in software development, Karen found her personal yoga practice taking an increasingly important role in her life.
In the spring of 2009, she made a major life transition and left the technology company she co-founded. Soon the opportunity to combine her passion for yoga with her business background arose, and Karen became co-owner of Newport Yoga.
Luckily, she still develops websites at the same time.