Amy Simoes is a local filmmaker and photographer with a background in journalism, social media, public relations, advertising, and graphic design. With 10 years of experience in the film industry she is a Creative Communications graduate from Red River College (RRC). At RRC, Simoes worked as an Arts and Culture Intern Editor, Columnist, and Video Beat Reporter for The Projector. When she wasn’t working for the publication she Hosted on Red River Radio.

In spring 2013, she was awarded a Women in Media Foundation Award from the National Screen Institute and a Best on Camera Performance of the Year Award at the Creative Communications Media Awards.

In 2014, one of her documentaries, “Eric – One busker’s vision of success” went on to win “Best Documentary” at the CCMA Awards and “Best Editing” at the UWPG Film Festival.

Whether she is filming a promotional video or wedding, capturing the little details is very important to her. Amy’s attention to detail also shows through in her photography. Storytelling is more than point and shoot: it’s capturing the moments that inspired the events.

Simoes currently works as a freelance videographer, photographer, and graphic designer for a variety of clients. To view more of her portfolio please visit