What we do and what we're good at
We moved into full time video production in 2005 and have been serving clients since then.
Still photograph services since 1984 in Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa.
Every project big or small needs a strong plan that will see it come to a successful conclusion.
What we do and how we do it
We help our clients say more, better, quicker, while meeting their strategic goals.
We have over 25 years experience providing media services to corporate, government, non-profit, and arts community clients, through a collaborative and strategic approach.
Take a look at our services, clients, and some recent projects, visit our blog, or just contact us to see how we can help you connect with people and tell engaging stories.
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OUR VIDEOS HELPED RAISE $380,000 AT THE ROYAL 2014 FUNDRAISING BREAKFAST
Thoughts and latest projects
I was asked to travel from Vancouver to Victoria to photograph Premier Mike Harcourt for Saturday Night Magazine. I played squash with Bob the other day. Bob said he hoped that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau understood the long term fiscal importance of a resource based economy to Canada. When I arrived at the Premier’s office an aid[…]
In any sport, art or venture I think there is a hope that it will not just survive but propagate. In terms of obscure sports I think of Bowling, Darts, Canadian football, Polo and Fencing. Curling seems to have been bumped from the “top 10 sports most probable to die” list. The twelve year old daughter of friends[…]
An Honest Portrait Original portrait: Svend Robinson When I began making commissioned portraits I was never asked if the subject could see the images before they were published. Model releases were not common. There was a sense of trust. The subject was most often a willing participant in the process. They gained free publicity, notoriety,[…]
Saturday: I realized there are an infinite number of variables in which ever endeavor you find pleasure and choose to get better at. Friday: Matt and I were mid way through a two hour drive to Kingston to shoot video for a Kingston Tourism campaign. Matt spoke of his recent leap into the art of fine[…]
I wanted to try to mimic natural light, the type of natural light I used to get shooting in warehouse spaces during my ten year Toronto tenure. I was lucky to have huge north light windows in my first Toronto studio. It gave me amazingly clear light like one of my idols Irving Penn had used[…]
I wanted to try capturing someone’s portrait that is not taken in a fraction of a second. I borrowed Aldo‘s camera that shoots HD video at 120 fps. I asked the models to stare at the camera and stay relatively still for 60 seconds, which results in a four minute video. It’s a bit slow[…]
I went with a friend to help and watch him work on a job capturing aerial footage with his drone. It was a beautiful day, fairly clear sky with light winds. We shot in three locations. Three things I learned about flying a drone: Location: Think of things like power lines, tree lines, bodies of[…]
Equipped with two expensive video cameras, and an iPhone 6 plus we shot this video meant to show the immense amount of work involved setting up for exams. The gym holds 960 people. Both desks and chairs and other items have to be transported from a warehouse and setup in one day. This year they[…]
I’ve been dipping my toes into the new world of 4K video. We shot recently at the Horticulture building at TD Place. We were shooting green screen video, and stills against a white background lit with strobe through a large softbox. The 4K video concerns were the size of the files and how the video[…]
We shot with and for the Ottawa RedBlacks and Fury Sunday at TD Place in the new Horticulture building. We counted about 150 fans that came down to be photographed and video recorded, showing their support for their team. Fans showing their numbers before photography began.