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Cliff Vermette

Vancouver, Canada
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About Cliff
I'm a journalist currently based in Bangkok working for one of the wire services in Thailand. I specialize in video production and particularly in Aerial Cinematography with drones. I build and design my own drones for use in a variety of different environments in order to get shots that few can. My work has been shown on CBS, Nat Geo, Al Jazeera, BBC, and The Daily Mail to name a few. As an am alumni of UBC's graduate school of journalism and have been working in Asia since 2013 pursuing my goal of being a foreign correspondent.
Languages
English Spanish Chinese (Mandarin)
Services
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
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Skills
Politics Current Affairs Technology
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Portfolio

Shot all aerials for this project

The search for Myanmar's mysterious Dhammazedi Bell

23 Jan 2016  |  www.bbc.com
The journalist meets with an individual at the Schwedagon Pagoda who presents maps indicating that the Yangon and Bago Rivers have altered their courses over the past 400 years. This information suggests that current search efforts for an unspecified object or location may be misguided, as they are based on outdated geographical data. The change in river courses implies that the true search area might be different from where it is currently focused.

Cliff Vermette Radio Interview — The Perils of GHB by cliffvv

23 Jan 2016  |  SoundCloud
In a compelling radio interview, a journalist sits down with a former GHB (gamma-hydroxybutyrate) addict who shares his harrowing journey through addiction. The individual recounts the extreme measures he took to satisfy his cravings for the drug and the devastating impact it had on his life. The story is a raw and personal account of the struggles faced by addicts and the dark reality of substance abuse. The interview sheds light on the challenges of overcoming addiction and the long-term effects it can have on a person's life.

Commision for IOM's world migrant day shot in Bangkok.

This is a showreel of my aerial footage for 2015

Spill from Hell: Diluted Bitumen

22 Mar 2013  |  The Tyee
The article discusses the Canadian federal government's commitment to enhance oil tanker safety measures along the coast of British Columbia. These measures include annual inspections, increased aerial surveillance, and stronger pollution prevention at oil handling facilities. The context is the debate over the safety of transporting bitumen, a super heavy crude oil from Alberta, by pipeline, rail, or tanker. Kinder Morgan plans to expand its pipeline capacity, which has met with opposition due to concerns about the risks posed by bitumen, as exemplified by the costly Enbridge pipeline spill in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The article highlights the challenges of cleaning up diluted bitumen (dilbit) spills, as it behaves differently from lighter crude oil, sinking to the bottom of water bodies and complicating cleanup efforts. Vancouver faces a dilemma with the proposed pipeline expansion and the potential risks of a dilbit spill.

In the shadow of Enbridge, Kinder Morgan pipeline looms large

05 Apr 2012  |  thethunderbird.ca
The article discusses the proposed expansion of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain oil pipeline, which would double its capacity and increase tanker traffic through Vancouver. While economic analysts highlight the financial benefits of alleviating pipeline bottlenecks, environmental groups and First Nations express concerns about the increased risk of oil spills. Kinder Morgan asserts its commitment to safety and plans extensive assessments and public engagement. The debate juxtaposes economic incentives against environmental and safety concerns, with stakeholders holding divergent views.
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