We are inspired by community leader Neil Cox's idea that, “Stories speak to urban life”. We believe that no two people are alike and every person has their own life experiences, which bring and hold people together, and continue to do so in the midst of our busy urban cities.
Stories Worth Sharing was born out of a desire to communicate other people’s life stories through video – unfabricated, just the way it should be. We love it when people gather to watch our videos: the laughs, smiles, and cries are what continue to make what we do really special.
Our story hasn’t ended – we look forward to our next chapter with you.
Headshots courtesy of our friendor, ARTIESE
Gordon first got introduced to filmmaking in high school. Since then, he has been fascinated particularly by cinematography and the beauty of fine details and composition. He co-founded SWS in 2009 with the purpose of engaging and bringing people together. When he’s not behind the camera, you will find him helping out in the Toronto community or tinkering with scrumptious recipes in the kitchen.
Victor was introduced to SWS in the summer of 2011 through mutual friends in the wedding industry. Since then, he has used his business experience to help build up the sales and corporate side of SWS. Even though his priorities have changed over the years (he now works full-time as a recruiter for a search firm), he still takes on wedding assignments year after year, as a way to exercise his creativity through creating memories for our couples. In his spare time, Victor loves to obsess over hatchbacks and station wagons, Olympus m4/3 cameras, film photography (is not dead), and his new baby boy!
Chun has been the quirky mind behind SWS’ creative productions since 2012, and currently handles all the corporate and creative projects for the company. He finds inspiration from living life, meeting interesting people, and eating ridiculously unhealthy food. He is also a self-diagnosed dork with an avid Lego addiction.
Carol is the newest face of SWS, managing the team across the interwebs. As a communication designer, her work involves using design to create shared experiences which allow for a different perspective on what community is and means. This idea has led adventures such as backpacking through Europe, orchestrating massive cooking and baking parties, and most recently, training for her first half-marathon.