“Life Lab Media facilitates unique ways for real people to connect.”

Life Lab Media is about human discovery. We create shows that capture real life connections. We challenge our participants and audiences to discover new things about themselves and others.



Lee Pham is a producer from Toronto, Canada. Owner and founder of production company Back to the Underground, he takes a grassroots unique approach to his projects. He has committed creative team that are also down-to-earth professionals who are passionate about their craft. He has produced numerous short films films, music videos, commercials.



Spencer Ryerson is a Toronto-based director and editor. Ever since Spencer was a young boy, he has been interested in telling stories visually, starting his filmmaking career with nothing but his grandmother’s webcam and his imagination. He is a graduate of Humber College’s Bachelor of Film and Media Production program and the founder of the production company, Phoenix Tale Productions. He has written and directed several short films that have screened around the world, most recently including "Claire" and "Peaches", which won the Audience Choice award at the Oakville Film Festival and Best Direction in a Fiction Film at Toronto Youth Shorts.



Matt began as a lowly coffee-boy, running sugar and cheese missions for legendary film and television stars. Nonplussed, he picked up a camera and began shooting content for his musician friends. Fast forward seven years and he's directed and DP'd over 50 music videos for international artists, shot dozens of short films and produced commercial and docustyle content for major brands such as: CIBC, Capital One, Fidelity Advisors, Accedo, Softchoice, CPA, World Animal Protection Organization. He likes animals, Asian cuisine, guitars and surfing.


Ben Allan is an editor originally from Hertfordshire, U.K. and currently based in Toronto. With more than 10 years of experience, he began by editing small documentaries for BBC News. Since then, Allan has assisted on The Magic School Bus Reboot, edited episodes of Fraud Squad on Discovery Channel Canada, and cut more than 20 Much Fact music videos. He has also edited seven shorts and two feature films, including Bigfoot and the Burtons, which was seen in 13 countries and recently premiered on Showtime


Kelly was born in Hong Kong but spent most of her life in the border city of Windsor. Before making the move to become a professional event planner in Toronto, Kelly worked in the healthcare field, specializing in caring for individuals with disabilities. Since the move, Kelly has been actively involved in a wide-array of events, from professional conventions (e.g. for lawyers or real-estate investment firms), to numerous weddings. Furthermore, Kelly started a non-profit organization, Weekend Citizens T.O., which holds functions that focus on both connecting young professionals and raising funds for local charities.



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