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Stacey launched his career in the early 2000s as a music video director and cinematographer, helming over 40 music videos for artists such as Walk off the Earth, Redlight King, Edwin, Royce Da 5’9, Cee Lo Green, Matthew Good, Alisan Porter, Manafest, and more. His distinctive aesthetic and vibe swiftly made him a go-to figure in the music industry. Highlights include Redlight King’s “Come Back,” featured on the Avengers Movie soundtrack, and over a dozen viral music videos for Walk off the Earth, amassing upwards of 150 million views. Stacey's music video work has consistently prioritized storytelling through visuals, imbuing each project with a compelling narrative.

Transitioning seamlessly into commercials and television, Stacey has lent his lens to unscripted documentaries and TV series like "Young Once," "Canada Heart and Soul," "Dragons Den," "Unscripted," "Automotive Spotlight," and "Red Earth Uncovered." In the commercial sphere, his clients include Shopify, Bell, Magna, Ceridian, 7Five Brewing, BMO, Tfal, Remax, and The Smith Group, among others. Notably, Stacey's acclaimed work for The Tim Smith Real Estate Group set a new standard for luxury architectural and real estate visuals, crafting captivating short films within some of Southern California's most opulent homes making him a keynote speaker a industry events.

Stacey's trajectory in music videos, television, and commercials has now brought him full circle to his true passion: narrative and scripted work. His discerning eye for detail and storytelling prowess shine in series like "The Encounter" and films like "Sweet Inspirations." In recent years, his career has reached new heights, evidenced by the box office success of "The Blind" and his by the CSC. With two more features set for release in 2024, "Average Joe" and "Matter of Time," starring Sean Astin, Stacey continues to elevate his craft to new heights.

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