Camille co-founded Mosaic Entertainment in 2006 bringing with her a wealth of marketing and production experience. As CEO she has lead the Mosaic team in bold and innovative directions ensuring that Mosaic continues to be dynamic and cutting edge in content production and company focus and strategy. Under her creative guidance, Mosaic’s productions have been nominated for multiple national and international awards including the prestigious international digital AWWWARDS, and multiple nominations for Best Comedy Series at the Canadian Screen Awards and Banff Rockies Awards. Most recently Camille has opened Spesch, a new division of Mosaic Entertainment focusing on smart, empowering content for teen and tween girls. Camille is a proud alumnus of the National Screen Institute and has served as a board member for the Alberta Media Production Industries Association. Camille was featured in Avenue Magazine’s Top 40 under 40 and was named YWCA’s Woman of Distinction in Arts & Culture.
Co-Founder & COO
As the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Mosaic Entertainment, Eric has lead the company in innovation in both business and production models. With over 20 years of experience in film, tv and digital production, Eric oversees company operations, and all production and business affairs as well as developing cutting-edge financing, format, and distribution strategies, stretching the production dollar while producing incredible, high quality scripted productions. Before he co-founded Mosaic Entertainment in 2006, Eric was a Production Manager on numerous film and TV projects as well as Edmonton’s leading Locations Manager in which he worked closely with the Edmonton and Alberta Film Commissions to bring quality film productions to the city including Snow Day starring Chevy Chase and feature film The Assassination of Jesse James starring Brad Pitt. Eric is an alumnus with the National Screen Institute and serves on numerous boards including the Alberta Media Production Industries Association board and the Canadian Media Producers Association labour negotiations committee.
A production veteran with more than 13 years of experience in film and television, Elise has loaned her talents to all types of projects, from features to commercials, live shows to corporate videos. Her eclectic resume highlights technical and logistical roles with some of the strongest companies and productions in Alberta.
Most recently, Elise served as the digital media project manager for the Gemini Award-winning series Blackstone. There, she gained expertise in social media and web design and helped to spearhead creative initiatives that brought thousands of fans to Canadian television. She coordinated a massive cast autograph session at West Edmonton Mall and piloted more than 100 behind-the-scenes video pieces for the extremely successful dramatic series. Elise brings her unique combination of production experience to her position as project manager at Mosaic Entertainment. Mosaic is entering its most exciting phase as a rapidly evolving organization and the pace is furious. Her role with the company has been described as “the big wheel that keeps all the other cogs moving.” Like a boss.
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: May Contain Nuts, and has been working as Manager of Content & Development since 2017.
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, Kaitlan later left the advertising world, returning to school as a mature student in NAIT’s Television Arts program. After getting her start on the sets of Canada’s Got Talent, CityLine, and The Bachelor Canada, Kaitlan has built the foundation of her career working on some of the most successful productions to come out of Alberta. To-date, Kaitlan’s credits include: season 3 of the docu-reality series The Liquidator (Anaïd Productions), season 3 of the hit comedy series Tiny Plastic Men, seasons 4 and 5 of the CSA award-winning dramatic series, Blackstone (Prairie Dog Film + Television), and season 5 of Mosaic Entertainment’s sketch comedy series CAUTION: May Contain Nuts. As the Business Affairs Manager at Mosaic Entertainment, Kaitlan works to fulfill funding obligations as set out by the Alberta Media Fund (AMF), Canada Media Fund (CMF) and the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office (CAVCO). This includes, securing production and liability insurance, providing accurate and persuasive information and supporting documentation upon application, and complying with timely and accurate reporting to all funding bodies.
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 he started RedFrame Law (in Association with Nicholl & Akers) - a firm built on the principle of bringing legal services into the modern age.
Before his law career, Greg worked in film and television for 5 years in various roles, and now counts film and television production companies among his clientele.