A young girl stumbles into the icy world of her imagination where she must save her brother from the starving nature merchants.
Troy’s work has exhibited around the world in galleries from New York to Milan and is currently held in the permanent collection at the Art Gallery of Victoria. He has worked on International advertising campaigns for billion dollar companies and followed a man to his death for an intimate documentary piece. He’s directed a film in -40c and almost lost a finger in Northern Ontario. He’s at home in the back country, or the remote, the wild and the unpredictable. Born into a tree-planting camp, Troy spent years 0-2 guarded by his parent’s large dogs as they collectively planted millions of trees. Troy currently resides on Vancouver Island and can be found wandering the bush with his dog.