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Below is a selection of videos I produced while attending Carleton University. 

April 9, 2012

Church of Yoga.

Narration by Julia Sisler.
Video by Kathleen Clark, Will Burr and Julia Sisler.

March 5, 2012

“What would a vagina say?”

The 2012 cast of Carleton University’s The Vagina Monologues asked that question. And answered it too.

This is the “SHIT VAGINAS SAY.”

Video by Kathleen Clark.

(Music track “Deceptacon” by Le Tigre)

February 29, 2012

Ice on the Vine. Yes Ottawa produces wine. Who knew?

Narration by Will Burr.
Video by Julia Sisler, Will Burr and Kathleen Clark.

February 2, 2012

Colbalt, Ontario has one. So do Owen Sound, Halifax and Moose Jaw.

But a certain poetic position has gone inconspicuously unfilled for over two decades in Ottawa.

With the City Hall proposing funding for a renewed Poet Laureate position, we looked into the idea that slowly crept back into the Capital’s consciousness.

Narration by Julia Sisler
Video by Will Burr, Julia Sisler and Kathleen Clark.

February 2, 2012

Cameron avenue is a quiet street in Old Ottawa South. But on a crisp winter afternoon it comes alive.

Ian Stewart has been drawing crowds to his yard for 44 years. For him every winter day begins the same way.

Video by Julia Sisler, Will Burr and Kathleen Clark.

November 3, 2010

Scott Douglas Goreham lives in the Market. He is perhaps more well acquainted with the streets than anyone else. He sleeps on them.

Photography and narration by Kathleen Clark.

October 24, 2010

When the 2010 Canadian Festival of Spoken Word wrapped up, Ottawa’s own Capital Slam team emerged as champions.

A week before the competition started, I talked to Capital Slam’s captain, Chris Tse, about the team and his motivation.

Narration by Kathleen Clark
Video by Kathleen Clark, Steffanie Pinch and Kate Boone.

(This video may also be viewed on Centretown News Online.)

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