Ultimate Outdoor Shower
5 shower
The completed Ultimate Outdoor Shower
Season 1, Episode 6
Air Date May 1, 2014
Broadcaster Cottage Life
Directed by Mike Downie
Produced by Kent Sobey, Andrew Buckles, Howard Ng
Running Time 22 minutes

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Ultimate Outdoor Shower was the sixth episode of the first season of Brojects.  It premiered on Cottage Life on May 1st, 2014.


Brothers Andrew and Kevin Buckles arrive at the cottage with autumn colours on the trees and a plan to tackle one of their most important cottage projects yet: the Ultimate Outdoor Shower. The current shower situation at the cottage is bleak: it’s two sizes too small, has weak water pressure, and worst of all, at this time of year, when the water to the cottage is turned off, there is no shower at all. The brothers dream of a spa-like shower with a view of the lake and an open roof to see the stars, a destination shower where they can relax and wash off a hard day’s work.






  • Created by Andrew Buckles and Kent Sobey
  • Directed by Mike Downie
  • Produced by Kent Sobey, Andrew Buckles, Howard Ng
  • Directors of Photography: Rob Barnett
  • Editor: Jordan Crute
  • Music by Jingle Punks
  • Sound Mixer/Editor: Dino Cuzzolino
  • Sound Recordist: David Richardson
  • B-Camera Operator: Cam Erais
  • Additional Photography by: John Hoare
  • Production Manager: Alex Coles
  • Production Cordinator: Jenna MacMillan
  • Construction Coordinator: Tyler Ryan
  • Head Carpenter: Shane Delorey
  • Catering by: Amby's Eats
  • Production Assistant: Chris Coles
  • Researcher: Richard Eng
  • Post-Production Manager: Jenna MacMillan
  • Assistant Editor: Christopher Martone
  • Motion Graphics/Titles by Jamie Spurway
  • Publicity/Digital Marketing by Julie Giles, GreenHAT Digital


  • Andrew sings a snippet of the American folklore tune, "Old Dan Tucker" while showering.



Kevin & AndrewEdit

  • Andrew: What do they have in spa showers?
Kevin: You would know better than me.
Andrew: You’re right.
Kevin: Even though you don’t look like you would.


  • "The shower in the cabin here is bear-proof. The outdoor shower is bear-possible. A bear could just jump out of nowhere, who knows."
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