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D'Arcy Hamilton

13 August 2015

D'Arcy Hamilton Director of Photography

D’Arcy is a highly skilled Director of Photography as well as a passionate storyteller. Priding himself in not only making the best shots possible, he thrives on telling engaging stories of real people. With experience traveling to over 28 countries, D’Arcy has built a reputation to be a very well rounded filmmaker. With experience in stop motion time lapses, aerial drone footage or steadicam, D’Arcy is always thriving to push the limits of technology, to tell fascinating, engaging and heartfelt stories.
D’Arcy has worked closely with Hello Cool World with many clients, such as First Nations Technology Council, VACPC, Arts Health BC, Towards the Heart (BCCDC), together with Agentic on “Room in Your Heart” a Foster Care campaign, and the First Nations Health Authority. He is part of our workshop team for “Drawing Wisdom”, (headed up by Jada-Gabrielle Pape, Saanich & Snuneymuxw Nations) which will include mentoring workshops with First Nations communities using video story telling techniques to explore health related and cultural topics. Recently he  worked on the film Na’tsa’mat a healing journey which just launched via the Drawing Wisdom platform for story sharing and advocacy.
He has also worked with many community-based foundations/groups such as First United Church, Love Intersections and Spinal Cord Injury BC.  Currently he is collaborating with a local filmmaker, David Vaisbord tell his story about the Little Mountain social housing that was gentrified and demolished to make room for high density up market housing.
D’Arcy graduated from Capilano University’s Documentary and Small Unit Production program in 2008.