Crowl - is a Jamaican born, Toronto
raised choreographer, entrepreneur, filmmaker,
mentor, motivational speaker, music producer,
singer-songwriter, and writer. He created
Smile Music & Film Productions Ltd as
a promotional and production conduit for himself
and many emerging artists. Over the last twenty
years, Victor has cultivated a creative environment
for developing his film, music, and writing
projects. His music has been synchronized
to television and films which have been viewed
by millions and continue to be aired in syndication
throughout the world.
2008, Victor toured Ethiopia, Jamaica and
the US, where he shot several music videos
and his forthcoming documentary of his journey
called "Inspiration". In 2009,
he started working on his forthcoming sixth
album, also titled "Inspiration".
This album features some of Canada's best
musicians and will highlight Victor's unique
voice and many musical styles.
Crowl's Discography: "Let's Not
Stand By" (1985 - A single for African
famine relief & the city of North York
Food Bank with Jason Wilson & Friends), "Can't
Stay Away" (1989), "The Healing"
(1996), "Freedom Odyssey" (2006),
"Freedom Odyssey" (Special Edition)(2007),
"Transform A Dream" (2008) and "Inspiration"
Crowl's Filmography: A seven year
collaborative effort with Toronto filmmaker
Doug Patterson saw Victor direct and co-produce
six independent features and one sitcom pilot:
"Spies, Cops, and Rabbits" (1996),
"The Serial Monogamist" (1997),
"The Coming of Age" (1997), "MacBeth:
The Good Parts Version" (1998)",
"Oligopoly" (1999), "Annihilation
Without Representation" ("AWR")
(2000) and "Underachievers" (2003).
Victor's other film include, the feature documentary
"What It Takes" (2006), the dramatic
feature musical film "Many Seasons"
(2006), "You Can Fly" (2009 Co-produced
& directed by David Stevenson), "Inspiration"
A feature musical documentary (2010) and the dramatic feature
trilogy of films, based on his books "In
The Absence Of Our Fathers"; Part #1
"Dragon Slayer" (2011), Part #2
"Can't Escape the Cravings" (2011)
& Part #3 "Father Dies A Web Of Lies"
Summer 2009, Harmonizing with Humanity released
the album "The Life That Has Chosen Me"
to raise funds for Autism awareness.
Through a North American-wide call for song
submissions, Victor's collaboration with Michael
Moon saw the inclusion the only Canadians
on this worldwide release, for their song
"Trying to Get Through to You",
featuring Faith Rivera.
At present, Victor is completing his new 6th
CD, "Inspiration". A
series of feature documentaries profiling
various inspirational figures and socially
conscious issues, titled "Inspirations".
Filmed in Canada, America, Jamaica, Ethiopia
& Costa Rico. "Inspirations":
Volume 1, "Three Years After Katrina:
The Munson Fletcher Story", shot in New
Orleans. Volume 2, "Queen of Oromo",
featuring Saliha Sami, shot in Ethiopia.
Vol 3. "Jane & Finch Speaking Up",
shot in Toronto's troubled corridor.
Vol. 4, "Blind Vision" featuring
the captivating motivational speaker Danish
Ahmed, on a mission of love to help heal the
world. Vol. 5, "i1 Mark-Costa Rico"
Victor's writing include the novella, "The
Kitarraps" (2006), based on the trilogy
of novels. 2010 will see the release of the
first novel in the fantasy epic Kitarraps
trilogy, "The Prophecy of Landon."
& the trilogy of novels based on his life
call "In The Absence Of Our Fathers";
Book #1 "Dragon Slayer" (2011),
Book #2 "Can't Escape the Cravings"
(2011) & Book #3 "Father Dies A Web
Of Lies" (2012)