Nova Scotia, Canada is famous for it's lobster, it's famous for a lot of things and should be famous for even more and it's our mission to uncover the great things this province has to offer that just go unnoticed.

This 5 minute film features the Shore Club, down in Hubbards. They serve fresh lobster, in it's simplest form & the fact that people return so often is testament to their knowledge of lobster and how they know their customer......quite often, personally. The Shore Club is a period building from the 40s, it retains it's original feel and it oozes history.

Jordan Harnish is a new young breed of lobster fishermen, he often works alone & he's totally dedicated to his trade.

The name 'Harnish' has a long history in the Hubbards area, most of the inhabitants seem to have the surname, but that's probably the topic of another film.

Hope you enjoy this, it was a blast to create and we look forward to making more.

Created as part of the Notch Video 2014 Summer Series |

Shot on Canon CinemaEOS with Zeiss glass & Panasonic GH4 with Olympus glass. After very little work, we've got these two cameras working really well together & you'd be hard pushed to tell the difference between them- we tweaked the CineLike D and didn't touch the CLOG as that works just fine as it is.

Most sound recorded with Rode NTG3 straight into the C100.

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