2013 | Music DVD of the Year | Tim Martin, W. Tom Berry, Michael Kaeshammer | | The JUNO Awards

As founder and creative director of FrameBlender, Tim Martin has experience across the board in media production. He has gained an impressive resume coordinating and directing multi-camera live productions, directing single-camera scripted programming, editing and post-production supervising, and designing workflow implementation. With a strong technical background in design, film, photography, programming, audio production and IT system design, Tim is known for having a deep understanding of all aspects of film production and for being able to effectively communicate his ideas to all team members. In 2006, Tim began collaborating with Sympatico.ca to develop, produce and deploy branded content experiences within the Music Channel of the Canadian Portal. This initial contact turned into a three-year collaboration. As a technology innovator, Tim continues to lead the way in creating world-class tapeless production and post workflows, including designing and implementing Canada’s first tapeless workflow for the National Film Board’s theatrical documentary The Bodybuilder and I (2007), as well as the Canadian Film Centre’s interactive film Late Fragment (2007). In 2010, for his work on the music DVD The Trews: Friends and Total Strangers, Tim received his first JUNO Award Nomination for Best Music DVD of the Year.