Peter Tombrowski Calgary videographer

Peter Tombrowski

Peter has a lifelong love of film and filmmaking. Originally from Poland, Peter moved to Canada in 1983 and attended Mount Royal College and the University of Calgary.

Peter has extensive experience in Calgary’s video production industry, both as a freelance professional and as a documentary filmmaker. He has operated his own company, Simpler Search Productions, for the past 12 years. Notable clients include the Petroleum History Society, where he interviewed many prominent individuals including Peter Lougheed, Preston Manning, Rick George (Suncor) and Bill McCaffrey (MEG Energy).

As an independent filmmaker, Peter directed the feature-length documentary “Car Less in Calgary”, exploring the complex issue of cars and culture in the city. He’s been a featured speaker on the subject, and frequently interviewed for radio, television, and print.

Peter has also been active in the Calgary film community, working with the Calgary International Film Festival and the Picture This Film Festival (Disability Film Festival). He is married, and has two children.