Meet Our Key Team Members

Skilled, caring and ready to connect you to your audience.

Our passion is driven by the fact that every project is unique. Video creation isn’t just a task; it’s a way of life. We constantly strive for personal best in everything we do- down to the smallest of details.
We will work collaboratively with you to ensure that your story is crafted in the most effective manner. Visuals, sound, music and movement are all purposely crafted to elicit emotion, create understanding, and shape perception. We use our skills and expertise to support you in reaching your organizational goals using video.
Neil Scott

Business Owner
General Manager

Neil manages our Alberta and BC operations. Writes, produces and manages projects. A former cinematographer who loves to get his hands on a camera once in a while.
Ron Heinz

Production Manager

Organizer extraordinaire. Enjoys the creative collaboration process with clients and crews, and producing engaging videos that are on target with message.
Greg MacKay


This young gun rocks in a team of established professionals. Brings a new, creative eye and a passion for storytelling to his work. Has a love for Si-Fi movies and for playing hockey.
Our Contractors
We have over 50 vetted contractors with a wide variety of skills, such as: DOP’s, sound, make-up artists, drone and jib ops, grips and gaffers. We co-ordinate the crew so you don’t have to.
Our Values


your needs and expectations


in the spirit of discovery and learning


people with great stories


we’ll create your story with heart & skill
Join Our Team!
The Edge is a great place to fulfill your technical and creative career ambitions. We support you with what you need for success and we believe strongly in a good work/life balance.
If you care about making great videos, are detail oriented and are a great person to be around then you’ll fit right in! We occasionally hire full-time staff and also rely on freelancers with various skills. If this sounds good, we’d love to hear from you.

Contact Info

The Edge Communications Inc:
#101, 5240 1A Street S.E.
Calgary, Alberta. Canada
T2H 1J1
(403) 277-3893

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