Local filmmaker captures the brilliance of Summerland

Steve Cogbill captures the beauty and vibrancy of Summerland in his video, "Three Minutes in Summerland."
Image Credit: Steve Cogbill

PENTICTON - The latest video offered by Okanagan filmmaker Steve Cogbill highlights his hometown.

Cogbill’s Three minutes in Summerland captures the diversity and beauty of Cogbill’s home.

“It’s such a beautiful place, I wanted to make a video to capture some of its brilliance,” Cogbill says.

Cogbill's film captures the natural beauty surrounding the community as well as it's importance as a fruit growing region and his shots of Summerland's unique steam train evokes images of another era.

The 19-year-old filmmaker also produced Born to Wonder, a video capturing some of the South and Central Okanagan’s most scenic places.

Credit: YouTube
Steve Cogbill's "Three Minutes in Summerland."

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