Equipped with a VHS camcorder at the age of nine, Isaac Forsland set out to make the greatest skateboarding movie ever made. The budget capped at a grand total of $10, which covered indoor skatepark admittance and a corn dog, while the final product yielded a whopping 200% profit in DVD sales.
Since then, Isaac has pursued filmmaking as a life passion and career. He currently resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, and works as the Visual Marketer for a local indigenous art gallery. Additionally, he continues to work on commission-based videos and various film related artistic projects.


Feel free to reach out at any time for inquiries on videography or photography services.


820 Jackson Avenue, Vancouver,  BC

Unceded Tsleil-Waututh / Skwxwú7mesh-ulh / S’ólh Téméxw / Stz’uminus Territory

Publications + Presentations

The Velveteins

Mini-Music Video - "Love in a Modern Age" 

August 2019

AdBusters Media Foundation

Graphic Design Art - Issue 143

May 2019

Victoria Short Film Festival

Video Short - "The Imaginary Other"

September 2018

Pip Magazine Vol. 4

Article - "Shaping Language, Media & Politic"

May 2018

Watson University Summit

Event Design - Photography and Layouts

December 2016