Who is Jeff?
A twenty-seven year veteran of the Canadian film, television and media industries, Jeff Boulton is a seasoned executive and content producer. His career began at the CBC, where he worked for five years before launching his own production companies: H.L. Hawk Productions, an award-winning convergent media company, and Dante Media Group, a successful commercial production company.
During that time, Jeff produced music videos and branded commercials for all media platforms; Gemini-nominated interactive online media for the Sullivan Entertainment properties Anne of Green Gables and Wind At My Back; the Global Television series Unzipped, a magazine-style sex and romance television show; and the six-part documentary, Naked Circus, which tells the story of an exotic dance competition in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
Over the past three years, Jeff was the Head of Production for Don Carmody Television, where he was intimately involved in producing the Netflix and CBC series Northern Rescue (Billy Baldwin, Kathleen Robertson, Michelle Nolden), as well as the feature films Tulipani, Love, Honour and a Bicycle (written and directed by two-time Oscar-winning writer-director Mike van Diem, starring Ksenia Solo, Gijs Naber, Lidia Vitale, Giancarlo Giannini), Survival Box (starring Jake Kenny-Byrne, Michala Brasseur, María José Zuniga), Lucky Day (written and directed by Oscar-winner Roger Avary, starring Luke Bracey, Nina Dobrev, Crispin Glover), and Death of a Ladies’ Man (starring Gabriel Byrne, Jessica Paré, Brian Gleeson).
Jeff’s key focus is building a team of multi-talented individuals focused on quality storytelling, building the environment in which this team can create, and ensuring that his teams can make an honest living plying their trades.