About Norm

Enormous Productions was brought to life by owner operator, Norm Lepine, hence the NORM in ENORMous Productions.

Our Story

Norm began playing and singing professionally at the age of 15. With a passion to play and entertain at the highest levels, Norm assembled a group of talent spanning from Nelson to Vancouver, BC. This group would tour relentlessly throughout western Canada constantly upgrading the talent and gaining valuable experience. This experience included high end sound and lighting production and entertaining.

Touring often meant performing 6 nights a week and traveling all day Sundays. As grueling as this schedule was, it was a great way to amass knowledge and learn different techniques.

When the circuit began to dry up, Norm decided to retire from playing and focus on the production end, helping other young talent achieve their goals. All this experience makes Norm not only knowledgeable but sensitive to musicians needs. This is critical to anyone who has performed on stage.

As well as installing and maintaining the sound systems at the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail, BC; Norm is the Technical Director and has been the House Audio Engineer for the past 11 years.

The NORM in ENORMous Productions!

Norm Lepine, Owner operator



Best in Business Award Winner - Thanks for making us #1 three years in a row!



Kootenay Business Award Winner 2013 Kootenay Business Award Winner 2012 Kootenay Business Award Winner 2011

Community Support

December 2014

Enormous Productions of Castlegar has recently made a $1,000 donation to the Community Harvest Food Bank. Pictured during the presentation are the food bank's Deb McIntosh flanked by Sierra Hayashi (L) and Norm Lepine of Enormous. Because of strong buying power and acute knowledge of local needs, the Community Harvest Food Bank can make a dollar go a long way... nothing is a more useful gift to the food bank than money. Enormous Productions has helped to answer the local charitable challenge.

courtesy Castlegar News, photo credit Deb McIntosh




June 2013

Deb McIntosh (L) of the Community Harvest Food Bank accepts a $1,000 donation from Norm Lepine of ENORMous Productions, Saturday, June 15, 2013 at the Castlegar Community Complex where Norm's company was handling the sound requirements for that evenings grad hoopla. Lepine said business has been good of late, partly thanks to his acquisition of 'Turbo Sound Flex Array' capability. Also pictured, from right, are Martin Whitehead and Sierra Hayashi.

courtesy Jim Sinclair, Castlegar News

Enormous Productions donates to the Castlegar Harvest Food Bank


Enormous Productions donates to the Castlegar Harvest Food Bank