Co-founder of Open Sky Pictures, Frederick has been a reporter, camera operator, host, director and producer of Alberta TV for the past 18 years. He has produced thousands of broadcast stories covering everything from Cattle Police to Astronauts. As a documentary filmmaker, he has filmed in many countries around the world including Kenya, Honduras and Peru. With his creative partner Kurt, they have created many web series and shorts including: The Match, Invincible and Queer Places. They have also produced documentaries for the CBC, Bravo, and
Frederick also has a passion for rescue kittens. His project KittenTV is one of the most popular on TELUS VOD. It is currently on two major airlines and in
Though focused primarily on producing, Frederick is also an accomplished director of photography. He recently worked on the APTN series Caution May Contain Nuts as camera operator, and was DoP on a children's series filmed in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Frederick won Best Drama Under 60 Minutes at the 2008 AMPIA Awards and graduated with a major in Film Production from Concordia University in Montreal.
In 2015 he received the Edmonton Top 40 Under 40 Award.
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Check out some of Frederick's broadcast work here.