The My Story project consists of video shorts made to highlight extraordinary, unrecognized people and groups within the local London community. These stories were found, produced, and finalized by Fanshawe TV’s Broadcasting students.
FanshaweTV Presents: My Story
This Is Sherry Sabatine and how she sees beauty through the lens of photography.
Conner Battiste, a young Fanshawe student with big dreams. He hopes to one-day train professional athletes at his very own gym.
School teacher and professional ceramics artist show us how he got where he is in his career.
London is home to thriving arts community including tattoo parlours. This story focuses on the newest tattoo artist at the Inkering. One of downtown Londons Best tattoo parlour.
Jacob Martins, also known as Moxoon is a self-taught London Ontario based musician. Instant gratification followed his creative process in the steps on the road to conceptual synthesis.
This story is about Matthew Calwell, who was hit by a car and had his life turned upside down.
Jeff Smallman is a local composer who has a passion for writing and recording music. He gives his opinions on how music can change people for the better.
This story is about a musician who is currently touring with his band.
John Carey and The Stonebags are an indie rock bank located in London Ontario. With this story, we see 3 talented musicians and how they follow their dreams.
Here's a story of an entrepreneur who made a business from the group up to be the biggest off-road shop in all of Canada
This story is about a beloved professor, sportscaster, and Rogers producer, Ryan Robinson.
For many many years, Rick McGhie has entertained students and alumni alike at western. Through performing he has become a local legend.
This story is about one of the top North American Paralympic athlete who has been representing Canada at a young age, Austin Smeenk
This story is about a professor at Fanshawe college. A man who’s has strived to stay up to date with the ever-changing world of technology.
Canada has long been considered one of the most multi-culture countries in the world. This story brings us one of Canada's newcomers who also happens to be your neighbor.