A select sampling...
Mill Street was interested in associating with the Indie Music scene and being seen for its support of local bands. The brewer was also interested in bringing young adults to it's iconic pub in Toronto's historic Distillery district. As you'll see from this video, we delivered in spades.
- Produced by The Toronto Star
The Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance was looking for a way to get the word out on its Feast On initiative. Focusing on a social content strategy, we produced and published on Facebook, targeting foodies in Southern Ontario. Here's the video...
BMO wanted to create a video series that would appeal to millennials and support a range of products from travel insurance to RRSPs. We partnered with RTR Media's Coral TV on YouTube to execute a 26-part series called "All Things Money."
Business Development Bank of Canada wanted to promote itself to entrepreneurs who find themselves ready to take their businesses to the next level. In partnership with The Mark Studio, we created a series in both English and French for YouTube and The National Post titled Entrepreneurs at a Cross Roads. Here is the first of the series...
Benjamin Moore wanted to promote it's "Ben & Me" DIY kit, which was targeting millennial professionals living in condos. For the campaign we partnered with RTR Media's to create a series titled "A Little Inspiration." Here is the first episode of the series.
The Building Industry and Land Development Association wanted to create a video that would highlight the economic impact of new condos without the usual talking heads, and show the impressive numbers that flow from a single new condo development.
Toyota wanted to amplify its sponsorship of the Toronto International Jazz Festival by creating a story about chasing dreams and overcoming the obstacles life throws at you. We developed this video featuring Toronto jazz singer Alex Pangman for Toyota Camry.