Short film: A comedic tale of dead-beat fathers.Watch
Documentary: Performance Artist Adrian Stimson digs legendary Blackfoot symbol.Watch
Documentary: A former alcoholics three close encounters with deathWatch
Broadcast: Residential School Survivor develops add to perserve language.Watch
Video Profile: Cowboy, Country Singer, Husband, Father, BlackfootWatch
Documentary: A disaster that seemingly happened over night left hundreds homeless.Watch
Documentary: Resilient journey of the Siksika people as they rebuild their livesWatch
Documentary: The story about three "Indian Cowboys" and their strong roots.Watch
You will find most of my published work on The Calgary Journal, Siksika Aitsiniki and Albera Sweetgrass. Majority of my stories revolved around indigenous issues and social justice matters. Here are a few of my writing samples.
As an Indigenous media maker it's my responsilbity to tell our stories. A mentor of mine, Cowboy Smithx, once told me, " you have to put yourself in as many moccasins as possible." I take great pride in taking the time to understand a story and gurantee that it's being told to it's out most potenial.
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Trevor Solway is Blackfoot from Siksika Nation located east of Calgary. His Blackfoot name is Sinakson, which translates to Writer; the name was his great, great grandfather’s name, Samuel Solway. Trevor comes from a long line of ranchers and spent most of his childhood on his grandparents ranch. Going against the grains he decided to pursue a career in the media field.
Kelsey is a graduate of Mount Royal University's Bachelor of Communications program.
Adam is a graduate of SAIT's Film and Video Production Diploma Program