Lost Mile Studios is an Ontario production/post production company focused on innovative concepts with a modern approach to the concept. Our In-House team comprises of professionals in Film, TV, and I.T., which we think gives us a huge competitive edge by leveraging the amount of knowledge within our doors.
Lost Mile is now in its third year of operation, having evolved significantly since its founding. This year promises to be its biggest yet; in addition to an ever-growing clientele, the base of operations will be expanding to include more artists, more workstations, and a pipeline that can accommodate a much larger workload.
The company launched its official website in December of 2011, in conjunction with the announcement of our first short film; Lamb. Since then we have grown in size, completed filming of our project, and landed clients larger than we dreamt possible in our first two years on the market.
Currently, Lost Mile is hard at work on a full production slate. In addition to producing content for film, television, and new media, the company continues to focus on visual effects production, and motion graphics. We have learnt a lot in the last two years working by ourselves, and it shows.
Lost Mile Studios
647.933.5377 | 877.761.3781
704 Sheppard Ave East
Whether your project has a large or small budget, we have the people, knowledge, and skills to help your visions come true; not just ours.
If you're looking for a production crew, or consultants to produce your video or film we're your guys. In an effort to help fund our smaller, indie projects we do sell and rent our skills, abilities, and equipment.
Our Services include:
To inquire with a team member regarding the employ of our services, please complete the form below. Lost Mile Studios is a registered Ontario and Canadian Business.
Media Lead / I.T. Head
If Andrew is known for one thing, it's taking on too much, and always coming out on top. This has helped him to build a very long-lived resume in such a short period of time. Over the last few years he has worked as a freelance Graphic Designer, designing logos and websites for childcare, medical centres, etc. Andrew has worked as an I.T. Support tech in a few HelpDesk roles, has been the Production Designer on a number of short films, worked on an BravoFact! short, is a webmaster, and a creative and technical consult for a number of loyal small businesses. He has been able to establish himself amongst peers, as the tech guru, which much involves software and design applications too. Andrew has a fun, and loving demeanor, however he lives life like its business; thus dedicating his heart and soul to Lost Mile.
As a child he had an overactive imagination, which of course led to him writing numerous things, from being known in elementary school as a writer, to being one of the top film students in High School, and winning a few awards inbetween; Andrew has always been a perfectionist with his work, while trying to tackle the next big thing, constantly trying to outdo himself, and take on larger, more complicated projects. After graduating Centennial College's Broadcast and Film program, and had already secured a freelance role with CTV GlobeMedia, which only helped him to flourish and land a contract with another large Broadcaster; Corus Entertainment, where he helped play a role in launching live broadcast from Corus' new building; Corus Quay.
Creative Vision and Media Director
Being the freshest face to come into a company is not the easiest task but Chad has certainly come in with guns-blazing. Never afraid to say what is on his mind and how he feels about certain situations has helped him fit in with this elite crew of amazing, multitalented gentlemen.
Chad has always been a tech savvy guy and has made a career out of it but has always wanted something more in his life. This is where Lost Mile fit perfectly in that empty space. Being an amateur writer, Lost Mile has given him the ability to express his creative side when discussing projects and
ideas within the group. In addition, being the most outspoken has become an asset when speaking with existing and potential clients, people from the media and buying and renting gear.
In the coming months he strives to put a fresh spin on current ideas and contribute fresh new ideas to the group and promote Lost Mile in the eyes of the social media factions.
Lighting Technician / Grip
As a child Chris was placed in the middle of photography, and that's what helped him find his love of Film and Television. By shadowing a professional photographer, Chris was able to learn many tricks of the trade, lighting techniques, and various other skills that he was able to migrate into film. With the conclusion of his film studies, Chris was hired at Rogers Communications Television. During his time there, he was responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of product going to air. Since then Chris has been able to successfully produce a wide range of drama productions from weird and exotic inner mind films, to World War 2. Chris is dedicated to ensuring that your project becomes Lost Mile's project from start to finish.
Chris Currently works for a union in television and film as a lighting technician.
Mark has always maintained that he is an “art kid” at heart, referencing his love for the arts within his youthful spirit. Mark’s first love was music, falling at an early age as he explored the realm of sound with his guitar and pretty much anything that made noise. As time passed on he soon developed a mistress in art: film making. She captivated his mind and he decided to pursue her as not only a means of living but a way of life and creative release.
Inspired by the likes of Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, and the Coen Brothers, Mark wanted to focus on films that have a strong story and clever dialogue rather than big names and flashy effects. Without much money or a plan B Mark ventured from his small town to the big city (Toronto) to attend film school and begin his journey in the business. Film school saw him take home 2 awards, one for editing and one for directing, showing his diverse interest in all aspects of producing a film.
As a freelancing “Preditor” (Producer/editor) he has worked with local bands and music producers such as Farley Flex to produce short docs and video’s as well as editing a feature doc about the hardships of Filipino nannies.
Currently Mark works on a contractual basis for many different companies including Deluxe Post Production, CBC, Radke Film Group, and many more.
His desire has always been to direct and he is always searching for new projects that he can believe in. He continues directing interesting scripts, hoping to make his mark in the industry as a respected director that people can count on for a well done film.
Director of Photography
Currently working in the professional film industry within Toronto, Steve has always taken a keen interest in motion based photography. From small video camera's to the big 35mm hollywood film cameras, he will try to get the best image on whatever medium he is shooting on. A gear nut at heart, he is always looking at the newest toys to work with and expand his knowledge of image making. With no intention of fame Steve has a, do the best you can-work hard mentality, which shows in his work and attitude on set. His experience includes working with camera's such as the Panavision gold II, ARRI BL3, RED EPIC,SCARLETX,RED ONE, ARRI ALEXA and more.
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