FEE FI FO FILMS is a Halifax-based production house created in March 2011 by two like-minded journalist friends. We focus on intimate moments and profiles, showing just how big these little stories can be.
ADRIAN LEE is a freelance journalist based out of Toronto, Ontario, and a 2011 graduate of the University of King’s College with a combined honours journalism and contemporary studies. He is currently a copy editor at the Globe and Mail, has produced on-air reports for CBC Radio-One on both regionally in Nova Scotia and nationally, and has contributed to the Globe and Mail, the Halifax Chronicle Herald, OpenFile, the Coast arts magazine, and Metro Halifax, among others. He is a two-time finalist for the Canadian University Press’s John. H. McDonald awards in both the news and arts categories, and received a scholarship in 2010 to attend a military journalism workshop with the University of Calgary. In 2010-11, he served as the editor-in-chief and production manager of the Watch, the King’s College student magazine, and previously served as its copy editor and arts contributor. Email him at email@example.com, or check out his portfolio online.
MICHAEL FRAIMAN is a freelance journalist, web designer and videographer. A graduate of the honours journalism program at the University of King’s College, his work has appeared on the front pages the National Post, the Coast and the King’s Journalism Review. He has freelanced for CBC Radio, and has been, at separate times, editor-in-chief, online editor and copy editor of the Watch, the King’s College student magazine. Currently, Michael freelances in spare time as an elementary school English teacher in Busan, South Korea, where he holds the rare title of “Supreme Contributor” for the online lifestyle magazine Busan Awesome. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out his portfolio online.