Goh’s curiosity about stories of the human spirit and his passion for outdoor adventure shines through his award-winning documentary filmmaking and photography. In 2016, he recieved the Canadian Society of Cinematographers' award for Best Webeo Cinematography and was nominated for best branded content as well as several other awards.
In 2015, Goh’s film, We Belong To It, won the Best Canoeing Film Award in both the Reel Paddling Film Festival and the Waterwalker Film Festival. This film has been played at film festivals across the world. In his latest film, The Path of Grey Owl, Goh follows Ray Mears, British adventure traveller and TV personality, on a journey of discovery deep into the backcountry of the Temagami region, where Englishman Archie Belaney transformed himself into the legendary Grey Owl.