Mark was the first Chair of the QSC -
Mark Sandiford is an award-winning producer with over 30 years of experience in film, television and interactive media. He spent the bulk of his career in a variety of senior positions at the CBC, including 11 years with CBC North in Iqaluit and Yellowknife. In 2000, Mark established his own production company, Beachwalker Films Inc, producing documentaries for CTV, NFB, Discovery Channel and APTN. Mark’s most recent film, Qallunaat! Why White People are Funny, won the 2008 Gemini Award for best reflection of Canada’s racial and cultural diversity.
Mark is currently producing video games with Telos International, one of the leaders in Prince Edward Island’s burgeoning interactive media sector. At Telos, Mark is developing a suite of cognitive fitness games in conjunction with the University of Prince Edward Island. Mark is also president of the Interactive Media Alliance of PEI, chair of the PEI Cultural Human Resources Sector Council and vice president of the Canadian Interactive Alliance.