Powerful moments in the Bravo! program "Quest" directed by Byron McKim, Sean Brown and Byron Chief-Moon

Duane Howard and Byron Chief-Moon
Duance Howard on the beach dancing with the city of Vancouver in the background

Crew Photo from "Dancer of the Great Plains" in Saskatchewan (click of photo to enlarge)

Crew photo from the Episode "Manitowapan" by Gaetan Gingras taken on the lawn of Montrel's City Hall (click on photo to enlarge)

Crew photo from Santee Smith's "Here on Earth" taken in the abandon stone quarry (click on photo to enlarge)

"Here on Earth"
Santee Smith along with her dancers swaying in the wind as we shoot with a high crane in an abandoned stone quarry (click on photo to enlarge).


"Here on Earth"
Emily Law dancing her solo in the long grass in the foregound (cick on photo to enlarge).

"Here on Earth"
This is Alex Meraz one of Santee's dancer, you might recognize him from the Twight movie series
 (click on photo to enlarge).
Sean "Swiftdeer" Brown & Duane Howard. Two great guys, talented dancers and a pleasure to work with on "Quest" (click on photo to enlarger)

Byron Chief-Moon creator/choreographerand lead dancer of the 1 hr. dance program "Quest". Byrpn gave 120% during film never holding back on each take, a true professional (click on photo to enlarger)

Ziyian Kwan is a beautiful and graceful dancer who was wonderful in "Quest" as our hero's spiritual guide (click on photo to enlarger)

"Swiftdeer & Howard carrying the show in "Quest" hahaha (click on photo to enlarge)

Laakkuluk Jenson supporting dancer in the episode "The Hunter's Journey" and director Byron McKim. Laakkuluk was very talented and a chameleon in the production (click on photo to enlarger)


"The King of Siam"
Kristopher Turner is wonderful in this award winning film as the son see who discovers his father's ugly truth.
David Keeley and Kristopher Turner in a scene from "The King of Siam" directed by Byron McKimKristopher Turner in a scene that was shot at a real horse race track in Fort Erie, Ontario. On the day of filming there was actually a horse named the 'King of Siam' racing.

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