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New Pilot TV Series Highlights Luxury Okanagan Homes

<who> Photo Credit: Contributed </who> CASSstruction will give viewers an inside look at the work that goes into creating a luxury dream home in the Okanagan.

Luxury dream homes in the Okanagan will be the star of a new cable TV series pilot.

CASSstruction will give viewers an inside look at the development process of creating a custom built, million-dollar Okanagan dream home.

“The pilot is truly character-driver with the aim to showcase personalities, both contractors and clients, as our cameras capture the entire construction process, from a dirt lot to a dream home,” said Render Digital Media producer Pamela Tomlinson. “You can look out and see a home being built, but if you can find the creativity in it and that spark, you can then tell a story. It’s something I’m very passionate about.”

Render Digital Media is a Kelowna-based production company. <who> Photo Credit: Facebook </who> Render Digital Media producer Pamela Tomlinson.

The cameras follow Casidy deVeer, a design consultant with residential and commercial construction company 3rd Generation Homes, along with her general contractor Gerald deVeer and their team as they take a new homeowners vision and make it into a reality.

The pilot features three families who are building in some of Kelowna’s newest developments, McKinley Beach and The Creeks, and a luxury home on Lakepointe Drive. Viewers will be introduced to a Yellowknife couple and their young son as they see the progress made on their new home for the first time in three months.

“People save up a long time to build their dream home and I am so fortunate to play a part in making that come true,” said deVeer. “Pam has done a brilliant job capturing those emotions on film. With every unique homeowner comes an equally unique home and no two are ever the same, that truth comes out on the screen.”

<who> Photo Credit: File photo

Tomlinson hopes to pitch the pilot to HGTV, Cottage Life, and W Network in early 2016.

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