Q: What is your favourite colour?
A: Light Blue
Q: If you could have a superpower, what would it be?
A: The power to be able to say those magical words that would effect most greatly the people that heard them. People always under estimate the power of words – There is no way of beating superman physically. He is far too strong, but there is probably something you could say, some phrase you could utter that would grow like a poisonous weed inside his mind until it broke him from the inside. Similarly, you could utter the perfect set of words that would then lift a person out of any darkness, and into the light.
Q. What was your dream job as a child?
A: I never even thought about what I wanted to do as a child – I just played.
Q. What is your secret shame?
A: The first CD I ever bought was Celine Dion – and I’m a boy. I loved that CD.
Q. What is one thing about you that absolutely no one understands?
A: I believe in aliens – and that we should run out onto a field and make contact immediately!
Q. Where were you born?
A: Johannesburg, South Africa
Q. If you could visit any country in the world, where would you go?
Q. How would people describe you in 3 words or less?
A. Happy, Creative, Worker
Q. What is your favourite meal?
Q: What would be impossible for you to give up?
A: Writing shooting and editing films. I love it so very much.
Q: Do you have any strange phobias?
A: For a ‘big strong man’ I am afraid of the dark, pretty good.
Q: What are three things still left on your bucket list?
A: kite surf – you know what… I’m busy doing all the things that are on my bucket list, so I don’t want to mention them In case I jinx myself.
Q: Who has been a great inspiration in your life?
A: the great Spielberg
Q: If you could name a beer, clothing, and car brand from scratch, what would they be?
A: Beer: Dragon Hunter
Adrian Konstant graduated from the prestigious Film Production Program at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. From there he entered the world of commercials and feature films in and around the beautiful Cape Peninsula, working on just about every type of commercial conceivable.
Adrian followed the his dreams all the way to Vancouver where he lived and worked. He found himself in the Camera department (IATSE 669) on many features, both big budget and independent, TV shows and commercials, growing, learning and gaining valuable experience every step of the way.
Upon moving to Ontario for love, Adrian found himself part of a new camera union (IATSE 667) and looking for a new avenue in the world of film and video. Enter FPM3.
Adrian is set to head the FPM3 Media Department with the goal to use the tools of video, motion graphics, music and a desire to do the best possible work to create a package that sends the perfect message for every client. Adrian has also travelled to many countries around the world, taught English in South Korea, fought and trained Mauy Thai in Thailand, plays guitar avidly, coaches children’s Gymnastics part-time and is generally a really nice guy.