Head of Post Production
As Head of Post Production at Force Four, Jackie is responsible for the technical quality of every production, as well as the logistics and management of the company’s editing suites and sound production. Jackie obtained her Broadcast Communications Diploma at BCIT in 1997, and established herself as a sought-after editor on various award-winning lifestyle series, short films, documentaries and comedies in Vancouver.
In 2006, she joined Force Four Entertainment as an editor on the award-winning series, The Shopping Bags, which led to her taking on the role of Post Production Supervisor in 2007. With over 15 years of experience in post production, Jackie is dedicated to assuring that every Force Four production is of the highest quality.
Senior Editor, Colourist, Technical Director
Born and raised in Vancouver, Tony has been involved in the production community for over 20 years. A graduate of the Capilano College Media program, before joining Force Four, Tony was actively involved in providing production services, rental, support and training through his own company.
In 2006, Tony was nominated for a Gemini award for his editing work on The Shopping Bags, a Force Four production. He’s worked on many documentaries and series, Making it Big, Cupcake Girls, Murder She Solved, Rock and Roll Kid, Carbon Hunters, Urban Suburban, Million Dollar Neighbourhood, Border Security and most recently The Bachelor Canada.
A tech guru when not hunkered down in front of an editing system, you will probably find him in front of any available computer, gathering industry information.
Post Production Supervisor
Troy got his start in the TV industry in the Production Office on Canadian crewed US scripted series and feature films such as Juno. Looking to get his hands dirty in a creative position, Troy moved to post production working on TV series Masters of Horror and now Force Four projects Village on a Diet, Urban Suburban, Million Dollar Neighbourhood and The Bachelor Canada.