Kaitlan Stewart

After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Creative Writing at the University of Alberta, Kaitlan began her career as a copywriter for a small ad agency in Edmonton. While there, she was asked to coordinate a television pilot project the company was undertaking – and something just sparked. Inspired to pursue a career in film and television, …

Jana O’Connor

Jana O’Connor is an Edmonton-based performer, improviser, producer, and writer. She is best known as a cast member/writer on CBC Radio One’s sketch comedy series The Irrelevant Show. Jana has received a Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Arts Award and an Edmonton Artists’ Trust Fund award for her work as a playwright. She joined Mosaic as a writer/cast member on CAUTION: …

Caution: On the Road

CAUTION: On the Road Wednesday, May 30 7pm – 10pm | Facebook LIVE 9pm MST The Broadway Theatre (715 Broadway Ave) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Admission: Free (Space is Limited – Register here!) In a landslide victory, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan was named the winner of our national contest to find the Funniest City in Canada and declared the destination for the live show by …

Vote for Tiny Plastic Men

Mosaic Entertainment’s original sketch comedy series Tiny Plastic Men has been nominated for Best TV Show by the Canadian Comedy Awards! Featuring the talents of Mark Meer, Matt Alden and current AMPIA nominated actress Belinda Cornish, the series is also the only Alberta-made production in its category. Fans of the show can cast their vote with a quick online registration. To VOTE, …

Participate in Market Research with Mosaic

We’re expanding our horizons here at Mosaic Entertainment and conducting market research for the teenage demographic. We are looking to interview a group of engaging young women (or female-identified) between the ages of 14-16 to help us define our strategy. The ideal candidates are one (or more) of the following: Avid Readers Interested in Social Issues and World Politics Arts-focused, with …

12 ROSIE Nominations For Mosaic Entertainment!

Mosaic Entertainment received 12 Rosie Nominations from the Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA) for the feature film It’s Not My Fault And I Don’t Care Anyway, taking in the highest number of nominations for a single production. The film starring Alan Thicke (Growing Pains) and Quinton Aaron (The Blindside) was filmed in Edmonton in 2016. The Rosie Awards are the longest-running …

Paula Lancaster

Paula is a dedicated, ambitious television professional who has worked in the industry for 25+ years. She has worked in many aspects of the industry. She has worn the shoes of a Producer, Production Manager and Coordinator. Over the years Paula has worked as a freelancer for many highly respected production companies and broadcasters across Canada such as the The …

The Nuts Are Back! Caution Renewed for 4th Season

While a fourth season of any comedy in Canada is, unfortunately, something of a rarity, a fourth season, five years after the production of season three is extraordinary. Mosaic Entertainment’s sketch comedy show CAUTION: May Contain Nuts will be doing just that! APTN will be picking the series back up due to popular demand and bringing more of the pop culture …

Mosaic Entertainment bids a fond farewell to Jesse Lipscombe

It is with fondness that we at Mosaic bid farewell to company principal Jesse Lipscombe.  Jesse joined our company as a partner in crime to founders Camille and Eric in January 2013.  His contribution to our company over the last three and a half years has been valued. Jesse has decided to throw his hat in the ring as a …

Gregory Pang

Gregory Pang is a lawyer, registered trademark agent and notary public who has been practising since 2009 in the areas of business and intellectual property law. After being called to the bar in Ontario in 2009, he worked for the Competition Bureau, a Canadian federal law enforcement agency. In 2013, he and his young family moved back to Edmonton where …

Edmonton’s Blackstone, Tiny Plastic Men nominated for Rosie Awards

With more than 300 nominations in 50 categories, May 7 is going to be a long night at the Rosies Awards. But the annual Alberta Media Production Industries Association awards is a chance for regional film industry craftspeople and productions to walk away with a prize — symbolic payback for all their hard work. It’s also a gold star on …

APTN to premiere an ew offbeat Canadian sitcom: Delmer & Marta

From APTN’s award-winning sketch comedy series CAUTION: May Contain Nuts, comes everybody’s favourite rez couple, Delmer and Marta, in a new workplace sitcom of their very own. APTN and Mosiac Entertainment presents their new offbeat Canadian sitcom, Delmer & Marta, following the couple’s adjustment moving from the rez to the (fictional) prairie city of Morningside, Alberta. While Marta lives out …

Edmonton’s Delmer and Marta premiere their own comedy on APTN

It’s wisely said indigenous people’s issues are everyone’s issues, especially when it comes to taking care of our planet. OK, but what about struggling to buy a bra — can that be anyone’s problem, too? According to the brand-new sitcom Delmer & Marta, it sure can. Especially if you’re a hoser named Delmer, exploring the uncharted land of cup sizes …

FlowPower makes it easier to keep up with workout goals

It’s mid-February, which could mean one of two things: you’re still following your New Year’s resolution of keeping fit (we applaud you) or you’ve given up entirely. If you fall within the latter category, you probably have come up with sundry excuses as to why you can’t make it to the gym—”It’s too cold”; “I’m just too busy”; “My chakras …

Announcing Jesse Lipscombe as Emcee for the 26th Annual Win FORE WIN Golf Tournament

Jesse Lipscombe is an executive producer, actor, singer, entrepreneur and former professional athlete. Most of all, the St. Albert-born, Edmonton-based husband and father is passionate about bettering his community. As a partner in Edmonton’s Mosaic Entertainment, Jesse produces award-winning film and television here in our city. An actor since the age of 13, Jesse has also starred in several high-profile …

After five years of on-again off-again progress, Delmer & Marta arrives online

It’s taken about five years for Delmer and Marta to go from recurring characters on Caution: May Contain Nuts to having their own spin-off show, but Howie Miller always had a sense that these characters might have some endurance to them. “Delmer and Marta sort of became the Bob and Doug Mckenzie of our show,” Miller explains, of their genesis …

Delmer and Marta make it big: Local comedians land sitcom

http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2678739117/ A script all about the strange life and times of an Alberta odd couple has landed a pair of local comedians their own sitcom on APTN-TV. The soon-to-be released pilot for Delmer and Marta, from Edmonton production company Mosaic Entertainment, is a spinoff from the award-winning sketch comedy series Caution: May Contain Nuts. Marta and her life-partner Delmer, a popular trailer park …

Delmer & Marta coming to you as a binge-watchable sneak peek web series!

Delmer & Marta coming to you as a binge-watchable sneak peek webseries! – Catch the new comedy November 12, 2015 on APTN’s YouTube Channel WINNIPEG, Monday, November 9, 2015 – Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) and Mosaic Entertainment announce a new comedy webseries, Delmer & Marta. The complete exclusive webseries will be available November 12th, 2015 on the Delmer & Marta YouTube channel. This 12-part sneak …

Jesse Lipscombe, the winner who takes it all

He’s famous, he’s charming and he’s a motivational example of success. From being a part of Emmy nominated television shows – Children of the Dust and Hell on Wheels and ESPY nominated film – Resurrecting the Champ, to being ranked the 6th athlete in the world in high jump and listed on the top 20 under 30 entrepreneurial award in …

New FlowPower fitness program an all-Edmonton creation

Jesse Lipscombe is a 35-year-old producer, actor and entrepreneur, who placed sixth in the high-jumping world during a career as a national and professional athlete. Since leaving the track, he hasn’t stood still for long. Grandson of Edmonton Eskimos great Rollie Miles and co-owner of WeVive Fitness (8632 53rd Ave.), he has developed a new fitness program called FlowPower. While …