Mark Montefiore - Co-president @markmontefiore
Co-President of New Metric Media, Mark Montefiore was named The Hollywood Reporter’s Next Generation Under 35 (’14) and Playback’s Top Ten to Watch ('12). Montefiore recently executive produced the CraveTV/Comedy Network comedy Letterkenny, the HBO Canada/TMN comedy What Would Sal do?. Montefiore also recently produced the Whistler Film Fest and Toronto Film Festival Film Circuit Audience Choice winning feature film, Cas & Dylan, starring Academy Award winner Richard Dreyfuss (Mr. Holland's Opus) and Golden Globe nominee Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) and directed by Jason Priestley (90210). Montefiore has several award-winning films to his credit including his debut feature film, Easting Buccaneers and The Armoire. Mark has worked with Executive Producers Mark McKinney (SNL, Kids In the Hall) and Garry Campbell (MadTV) to produce The Comedy Network sketch series Picnicface, which won 3 Canadian Comedy Awards. Mark is a graduate of the CFC’s Producers Lab ('06), the Berlinale Talent Campus ('10), the CFC, Telefilm Canada/Just For Laughs' Comedy Lab ('10), Trans Atlantic Partners ('12) and Schulich School of Business/WIFT-T (’14).
Patrick O'Sullivan - Co-president @pg_osullivan
Named as Playback’s Top 10 to Watch (’13), Patrick O’Sullivan joined up with Mark Montefiore to form New Metric Media in September 2013. With New Metric O'Sullivan serves as Executive Producer on the CraveTV hit comedy Letterkenny and the TMN/HBO Canada series What Would Sal Do?. Prior to forming New Metric, O'Sullivan worked at the CBC where he was an Executive in Charge of Production with a focus on development for both scripted comedy and drama, and before that, he spent 5 years at the Canadian Film Centre where he managed the CFC TV programs, including the TV Pilot Program which produced two TV pilots (Involuntary Muscles with the CBC and The Big One with CTV & The Comedy Network), and two web series (My Pal, Satan and Seth on Survival). O'Sullivan is a graduate of the University of Victoria (BA, English), and Ryerson University (BAA, Radio & Television Arts).