Starting at a young age, Stephanie was always interested in storytelling through visual mediums. She acted in and produced her own plays as a child, studied drawing and painting for 6 years through Art Instruction Schools as a teenager, and then advanced to theatre training through Rosebud School of the Arts as a young adult. During this time her passion for filmmaking was kindled and instead of producing a play for her final project in theatre school, she made a short film! In 2019 Stephanie created Slanting Productions and decided to pursue filmmaking as a career.
Stephanie worked as an on-set props assistant for the television series, A Teacher (FX Productions) and occasionally as a set decorators assistant on CBC's spy drama series, Fortunate Sons. Since these two projects (and with the implications of COVID-19), Stephanie has been working on personal and independent film projects as a director, editor, DOP, and camera operator. In her most recent project she filmed and edited instructional videos for Camp in a Box with Ambrose University.
Passionate to not only tell a story well, with Stephanie's background in visual arts, she believes in taking projects to the next level with aesthetically pleasing , professional and quality work! Driven, fun to be around, and dependable, Stephanie gets the job done!
"Stephanie photographed our wedding and she was fantastic! She went above and beyond to make us comfortable in front of the camera, to work with our families, and to help us share our joy of the day. She is a joy to work with and takes pride in her art. 10/10 recommend!"
"Everything produced by Slanting Productions brings a smile to my face and joy to my heart. It is honest, relatable and funny!"
"I am absolutely IN LOVE with my new headshots from Slanting Productions! If you are looking to get new headshots - or any images, really - I HIGHLY recommend her! Not only are the resulting photos gorgeous, but Stephanie is super fun to work with. She taught me great tips during our shoot and made me feel comfortable and relaxed. Seriously, it was SO FUN!"