Based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Tomali Pictures combines expertise in all levels of communication with years of production experience and solid ties with the entertainment and broadcast industries to produce video, television, and live or virtual stage shows.
Co-owned by Tom and Alison Jackson, Tomali Pictures brings together a professional team to ensure that projects are tailored to the specific, unique circumstances of our clients. Specializing in variety television – largely in combination with fundraising events – Tomali’s credits include The Huron Carole (1994-2004); Red River Relief (1997); Dreamcatcher Tour (2001); Say Hay (2003); Rise Again (2009); Slave Lake Benefit Concert (2011); Halo High Water (2013); Almighty Voices (2020)*; The Huron Carole Virtual (2020-22)* *airing YouTube/Instagram/Facebook/Website/Zoom
Tomali Pictures has spent 3+ decades developing and nurturing relationships in government and the charitable and corporate communities of Canada. From its initial start of crafting The Huron Carole – the show, the tour, the television specials – extraordinary connections remain the motivation behind all that we do. Tomali’s corporate mission of being in service to others positively reflects our personal heartfelt goals and professional standing.
Our continental credit roll and thanks…
Food Banks Canada and hundreds of individual food banks & agencies alleviating food insecurity across the country | The Salvation Army | The Canadian Red Cross | Rotary International | Hull Child & Family Services | Alcove Recovery | Calgary Homeless Foundation | Calgary Meals on Wheels | Legacy Children’s Foundation | CASP | Kids Help Phone | CBC Television & Radio | CMT | APTN | Regional radio, television, print media – our mission is voiceless without you! | Health Canada | Canadian Heritage | INAC | AFN | Federation of Canadian Municipalities | Conference Board of Canada | Canada Life| Enbridge | Suncor | Petro-Canada | Air Canada | Nova | Syncrude | TransCanada | Royal Bank | SIGA | CPR | DNow | Ipsco | IG Wealth Management | Alberta Lottery Fund | AMJ Campbell Van Lines | Atlas Van Lines | National | Continental Communications | Fairmont Hotels & Resorts | Christie Lites | Canadian Tire | Crossroads Market | Inland Cement | Manitoba Pool | Quinton’s Drycleaners | Paquin Entertainment | Seven24 Films | Joe Media Group | Aquila Productions | Bridget Durnford | White Iron | Pyramid Productions | Six Degrees | Jared Kuemper | Michael Watt | Steve Glassman | Bill Borgwardt | Craig Koshyk | Terry Gunvordahl | Shelley Wilde | Echohill Websites | Parallel | Fieldstone Marketing | Karo | OMG | Tower Cleaners | Sundog Printing | Prairie Theatre Exchange | Sound Art | Allstar Show Industries | Long & McQuade Musical Instruments | Trent University | IATSE | AFM | ACTRA | CCMA | Bruce Leitl | Phil Hall | John Thiel | Tom McKillip | Andrzej Ryszka | Keith Floen |Craig Bignell | Denis Dufresne | Lynae Dufresne | Mike Norman | Rick Wilson | Warren Dieno | Harold Forsythe | Dean Friesen | Daniel Martin | David Banks | Josh Gwilliam | Andy Broughton | Ross Clauson | Ron Sakamoto | Richard Mills | Joe Bamford | Alicia Jeffery | Shari Caldwell | Shelley Ambrose | Denise Donlon
Brian Drader, Marv Terhoch, Teena Timm, Carrie, Justin Swandel, Kelvin Berg, Laura Schroeder, Sue Hutch, Shannon Gaye, Shelley Tognazzini, Barb Rankin, Michele Schultz, Jennifer Zurowski, Aiden Flynn, Julie Vincent, Anastasia Vasko, Erika Lovdahl
Hundreds of musicians, artisans, friends and volunteers
Our family who has missed us at a few gatherings!