our team

Rabbit Hole

Journey with us down the rabbit hole and see what fresh, bold and creative programming you’ll discover. Rabbit Hole Entertainment creates and markets motion picture entertainment for screens of all sizes.

Our team has created everything from hit kids TV programming, short & long form scripted cinema, web series and reality formats.

We pride ourselves on being able to deliver creative large-scale ideas at reasonable budgets.

We’re able to accomplish this by working hand in glove with our sister company Hadron Films, our high-octane full service production company partner.


Since picking up an 8mm camera as kid, Ian’s life has been all about making moving pictures and telling stories… and winning awards (his first film festival win was at 13). And the winning continues. He has a Gemini, several Leo and Lotus awards, and a Emmy nomination for his work.

His animated series “BEING IAN” (yes, based on his life as a childhood filmmaker) won the coveted Shaw Rocket prize for best youth programming in Canada. This and his other shows like “Yvon Of the Yukon” have been sold all over the globe.

Ian has now turned his attention to grown up properties. As a co-founder of Rabbit Hole Entertainment Ian is currently creating and developing scripted and reality programming for screens of all sizes.

He has a keen sense of story and hook, and can seek out a sticky idea like a heat-seeking sticky thing finder.

A co-founder of Rabbit Hole Entertainment, Chris is active in all aspects what the company does, from project creation to production.

Chris has over fifteen years of marketing, advertising, and broadcast experience. He has developed marketing campaigns and media strategies for a major national retailer, and helped launch the Best Buy brand in Canada. Turning his focus to broadcast production, he then went on to Executive Produce countless TV and radio advertising campaigns and comedic segments for a local TV program.

As a young filmmaker Chris wrote and produced a full-length feature film which went on to be rejected by almost every major film festival in North America. He has also written many treatments, short films, and a feature script that achieved funding support from Telefilm Canada.

Chris is a producer, writer, marketer, idea man, and part-time vegan.