BRANDY YANCHYK is an award winning independent documentary filmmaker and journalist.
Since 2009, Brandy has made thirteen television documentaries, four web series and one APP.
Her productions cover a wide range of social and factual genres. They have aired on channels including the BBC, CBC, PBS, the CBC Documentary Channel, Rogers, TELUS Optik, AMI, YES TV, SHAW TV and on Air Canada’s In Flight Entertainment System and at film festivals around the world.
Brandy’s newest documentary on dinosaurs called “The Dinosaur Echo” will air on CBC’s Absolutely Canadian on September 9th, 2017.
She is also currently in production on a new travel series called “Seeing Canada” for public television stations in the USA. The series will come out in October 2017.
Brandy is also in preproduction on a new documentary for CBC about women and science called “Ms. Scientist”.
Ms. Yanchyk’s television documentaries include “The Dinosaur Echo” (2017), “Ambassadors of the Sky” (2016), “The Price of the Prize” (2016), “Becoming Albertan” (2015), “Employment Matters” (2015), “Employment Matters Too” (2015), “Finding Edge Road” (2015), “Grey Glory” (2014), “Grey Ambition” (2014), “Oil Calling” (2013), “Nature’s Invitation” (2012), “Brooks – The City of 100 Hellos” (2011) and “Desert to Ice” (2009).
Brandy has also been a regular reporter/producer for BBC World’s The Travel Show and has covered stories worldwide including Canada, Finland, Australia and New Zealand for a global audience of 76 million viewers since 2009.
She has also worked as a news reporter for CBC for over a decade and as a broadcast journalist at BBC World TV and the BBC World Service in London.
In 2014/2015 Ms. Yanchyk worked as a Statement Gatherer collecting the stories of residential school survivors for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.
Brandy Yanchyk has a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Radio and Television Arts from Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario. She also has a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a Specialization in Theatre Performance from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec.