Alberta-based filmmaker Paige K Boudreau began her career as an editor, cutting lifestyle TV among other projects. In 2010 she transitioned into the role of production coordinator and post supervisor at Jump Studios where she subsequently wrote and co-directed broadcast and commercial projects as well as her first short film: SKYLINE. Moving over to Spotlight Productions, Paige show-ran 120 episodes of the Rogers/OMNI series Let's Talk English, and was also heavily involved in the follow-up Rogers/OMNI series Good Taste. In 2015 she had the opportunity to write the third season of the outdoor adventure series FishCamp, story consult on the comedic pilot The Willmore Boys, and co-produce the indie feature film To The Mountain. 2016 found Paige moving solidly into the director's chair with the production of a collection of films including the CSIF/Herland supported Mallory Memphis; the TELUS Storyhive funded Up In Smoke; a short art piece about urban decay titled NOSTOMANIA; and a micro-documentary entitled Grandma's House. In March of 2017 she was part of the WIDC Career Advancement Module coinciding with the Vancouver International Women's Film Festival. She is working on a number of projects and continues seeking opportunities to tell meaningful stories.