Double Barrel Studios

Roz Mugford •Co-Founder

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Roz Mugford is one-half of Double Barrel Studios.

Roz started her career as a columnist for CBC Radio’s Kelowna morning show ‘Daybreak’ at the age of 20.

In the years that followed Roz has produced her own television program (Off-Centre Television) for KVOS TV in Seattle, worked as a digital producer for CBC Radio’s The Debaters, taught digital journalism at Mohawk College and Wilfred Laurier University, worked for Toronto’s MARS Centre producing digital content and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro as a behind-the-scenes documentarian for Unicef. In 2010, she was hired as a digital producer for the Vancouver Olympics with CTV and as part of the digital team won a Gemini and Canadian New Media Award for her work.

As a founding partner of Double Barrel Studios, Roz gets the biggest thrill out of bringing the right people together to make a project pop. She remains passionate about bridging the well-crafted storytelling of broadcast television with the enhanced creative opportunities available online.

Double Barrel Studios

Lee Hillman •Co-Founder

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Lee Hillman is one-half of Double Barrel Studios.

Lee began his career in media research, collecting and analysing data for the Neilson Ratings. Through working with content creators, broadcasters and advertisers, he developed a keen understanding of how content shapes and informs the attitudes and actions of viewers.

A lifelong advocate of social justice, Hillman decided that he wanted to produce that content himself. After graduating from film school – he began shooting independent documentaries as well as story-based content for public sector organizations such as McMaster University and The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.