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Find a Visual Researcher

Use the Alphabet bellow to locate your VRSC Researcher by their Last Name. Or you can also use the Filter Search below to find a VRSC Researcher by Project Type, Research Type, Subject Area and Language.


  
127 Visual Researchers
Jordyn Hager
City Victoria

Project Type Documentary, Feature Films, Factual Series, Museum Exhibitions, Web Content
Research Type Visuals Stills, Visuals Footage, Project Management, Editorial Research
Subject Areas History World, History Canadian, History European, History Military, Biography, Geography, Science And Environment, Arts And Culture, Nature, Crime, Architecture And Interior Design, Social Studies, First Nations Issues, Agriculture
Languages English

Robyn Hall
City Toronto

Project Type Documentary, Dramatic Television, Factual Series, Publishing, Museum Exhibitions, Web Content
Research Type Visuals Stills, Visuals Footage, Licensing, Editorial Research
Subject Areas All Areas, History World, History Canadian, History American, History European, History Military, Politics And Current Affairs, Food, Biography, Geography, Human Rights, Science And Environment, Popular Culture, Arts And Culture, Nature, Crime, Music, Architecture And Interior Design, Social Studies, Health And Medicine, Business And Law, Sports, First Nations Issues, Agriculture
Languages English

About My Work Hello: As a Media Researcher / Archivist at TVO, I provide visual research support to TVO productions and clear and license a wide variety of resources for use in digital elementary and secondary courses. I also work on archival projects with TVO's legacy content.
Lee Hanlon
City Toronto

Project Type Feature Films, Dramatic Television, Factual Series, Publishing
Research Type Visuals Stills, Visuals Footage, Talent Clearances, Trademark Clearances, Licensing
Subject Areas History World, Biography, Popular Culture, Arts And Culture, Crime, Business And Law
Languages English

About My Work Hi, My name is Lee Hanlon and I'm a clearance coordinator for Film and Television in Toronto, Ontario. Working with various networks such as HBO, Netflix, CBS and more, I have gained a wide variety of skills and experience in the world of copyright clearance and licensing. A fellow colleague brought you to my attention. I would love to become a part of the VRSC! Here I could hopefully gain some new insight into the world visual clearance as well as share my relevant experience and knowledge. Thank you for your time and consideration! Best, Lee Hanlon leehanlonclearances@gmail.com 416.837.3369
Christin Hanly
City Calgary

Project Type Documentary
Research Type All Types
Subject Areas History World
Languages English

Shely Henry
City Calgary

Project Type Documentary, Feature Films, Dramatic Television, Factual Series, Publishing, Web Content
Research Type Visuals Stills, Visuals Footage, Talent Clearances, Trademark Clearances, Licensing, Editorial Research
Subject Areas History World, History Canadian, History American, History European, History Military, Politics And Current Affairs, Food, Biography, Science And Environment, Popular Culture, Arts And Culture, Nature, Crime, Social Studies, Health And Medicine, Business And Law, Sports
Languages English

About My Work Researcher, archive producer, copyright specialist and librarian. I have 20 years experience with visual and editorial research, copyright administration and clearances for footage, stills, music and talent. As information resources manager at Pyramid Productions, I enjoyed research for development, editorial and visual research and copyright clearances for a variety of projects, including documentary films and television, books and an award-winning TV movie. Credits include: A&E Biography, Ian Tyson: Songs from the Gravel Road, Theo Fleury: Playing with Fire, Curveball: W.P. Kinsella, The Film Festival Project and In a World Created by a Drunken God. My latest documentary film project, Undetectable: How Stigma Has Gone Viral in the Fight Against HIV, was shown at the Calgary and Edmonton international film festivals and at the LGBT Toronto Film Festival, where it won the audience award for best short film. “Shely Henry was our archival producer, and scoured countless resources to find and clear the archival footage and images seen in the film. A talented archival producer is key in historical documentaries!” (Laura O’Grady, Undetectable Director, https://www.booooooom.com/2022/01/03/undetectable-interview-laura-ogrady/) I am a resourceful and creative problem solver who enjoys a challenge. I love finding special visual content that helps tell the story.
Kristina Howard
City Toronto

Project Type Documentary, Dramatic Television, Factual Series
Research Type Visuals Stills, Visuals Footage, Trademark Clearances, Licensing
Subject Areas All Areas, History World, History Canadian, History American, History European, History Military, Politics And Current Affairs, Food, Biography, Geography, Human Rights, Science And Environment, Popular Culture, Arts And Culture, Nature, Crime, Music, Architecture And Interior Design, Social Studies, Health And Medicine, Business And Law, Sports, First Nations Issues, Agriculture
Languages English

Esther Hwang
City Toronto

Project Type All Project Types
Research Type Visuals Stills, Visuals Footage, Music Clearances, Project Management, Editorial Research
Subject Areas All Areas
Languages English, Other

Liz Hysen
City Toronto

Project Type Documentary, Dramatic Television, Factual Series, Publishing, Museum Exhibitions, Web Content
Research Type All Types, Visuals Stills, Visuals Footage, Trademark Clearances, Licensing, Editorial Research
Subject Areas History World, History Canadian, History Military, Politics And Current Affairs, Music, Architecture And Interior Design
Languages English

About My Work My main area of training is in archives and historical moving images and media. For the past ten years, I have worked with various institutions and formats and am currently the archival researcher for the CBC show "Still Standing". Other projects include long-form television series for the Discovery Network (true crime), numerous documentaries for the History Channel and OMNI television (WWII, Canadian military) and smaller projects including museum exhibits, commercials and awards shows such as the Canadian Screen Awards.