Gordon Loverin


Wolf Spirit Films

A proud member of both the Tahltan and Tlingit First Nations, Gordon grew up in small mining town in Northern BC, spendng his teen years in Whitehorse, Yukon, always surrounded by his elders - master storytellers.


Gordon is a skilled, multi-media storyteller with a proven track record as a content creator for major Canadian networks including City TV, CTV and NEDAA in the Yukon. As owner of T'senaglobe Media, he has produced, directed and edited more than 20 major productions.

Gordon has served on the board of the BC Professional Videographers Association and is a current member of Screen Production Yukon Association.

In 2014, Gordon created a powerful documentary about the Taltan Nation's healing response to the residential school experience.  He helped film and produce the 'Audience Favourite' winning production "Children of the Rainbow" at a prominent film festival in Vancouver.  He co-produced and co-directed, "My Own Private Lower Post", with his Tlingit brother Duane Aucoin, a moving personal story about the lasting effect of residential schools.  The film garnered rave reviews at the Imaginative Film Festival.  He also helped film Daniel Arcand's short, "Sister Daughter", which won at the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco. 


Gordon is a graduate of the Langara Film Arts Directing Program. He also partners with StoryMaker Entertainment's Pamela Jones in Wolf Spirit Films, collaborating on cross-cultural productions.