a few of our current and past moments...
(Citizen Special Events)
Northern FanCon is a comic con/entertainment expo created and managed by UNLTD Media & Events Owner/Director Norm Coyne . This event is hosted in Prince George BC and is an annual attraction for the city. Since it began, Northern FanCon has drawn thousands of attendees, artists, exhibitors and an impressive celebrity guest list which includes William Shatner, Levar Burton, Tia Carrere, Jason Mewes, Giancarlo Esposito. CIsaiah Mustafa (the Old Spice Guy), Brett Dalton, Denise Crosby, Candice Patton, Jewel Staite and many others. From it's first to second year, Northern FanCon tripled in size and it has attracted attention from media outlets nationally. Most recently it was the topic of a Telus OPTIK documentary short film. Northern FanCon continues as a partnership between UNLTD Media & Events & the Prince George Citizen .
scene pg magazine
(Prince George Citizen)
UNLTD Media & Events Owner/Director Norm Coyne was the founder and editor of the multiple award winning Scene PG magazine. This very successful local arts and entertainment magazine showcased both the performing artists of Prince George and the photographers who covered them for the magazine itself. Christos Sagiorgis joined the magazine as a photographer in it's third year and it was here that Norm and Christos first collaborated . During the 6 years that Norm managed the Scene PG, it won several national awards including Best Magazine three years in a row at the Canadian National Newspaper Awards.
(citizen special events)
Cariboo House was a live concert event series co-created and managed by UNLTD Media & Events Owner/Director Norm Coyne . This initiative was created in partnership with Pacific Western Brewing to provide an after dark entertainment venue during the Canada Winter Games. Cariboo House featured 17 consecutive nights of Canadian acts which included Aaron Pritchett, Mat the Alien, the Irish Descendants, Chris Buck Band, Skiitour, sports trivia hosted by Cabbie from TSN, Neon Steve, Kyprios, Rockaoke and more.
Jer Breaks - Come down
In 2014, Norm Coyne won a grant from Public Records (funded by TELUS) to shoot a music video in Northern British Columbia. Norm wrote the concept and produced the video plus co-directed it with Michael Kroetsch (Mykrofilm). The video featured the music for the original song "Come Down" by singer/songwriter Jer Breaks who also starred as a steampunk time traveler in search for his lost love. Shot entirely on location in Barkerville Historic Town, the video also featured collaboration from Jessie Mckinnon and used actors from Barkerville itself.