APBC 2015 Behind The Scenes – Falling Stunt

November 17, 2020 | Filed Under advertising | Leave a Comment 

This spectacular 30’+ falling stunt from a rooftop set the scene for the first of three harrowing TV commercials around the concept of Imagine A World Without Paramedics. Click the link to see the stunt.

TV advertising stunt for the paramedics

TV advertising stunt for the paramedics

Who knew? Cardboard boxes make for great crash pads.

TV advertising stunt for the paramedics

TV advertising stunt for the paramedics

Yeah, sorry, we’re going to have to shoot that again…



Behind The Scenes – Celebrity Influencers

November 17, 2020 | Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment 

Mike Reilly, quarterback of the BC Lions is an advocate for mental health, as is Casey-Jo Loos, writer and radio host.

They were both great to work with on the Canadian Mental Health Association campaign for Celebrating Everyday Victories.

Vancouver print advertising shoot

 

Peak 102.7 Host for Celebrate Everyday Victories

 

 

Vancouver print advertising shoot

Mike and Mike.

Vancouver print advertising shoot

 

BC Lions Quarterback for Celebrate Everyday Victories

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Coquitlam Continuing Education, we worked with the “Oprah of Afghanistan;” singer, actor and talk show host, Mozdah Jamalzadah.

CCE photoshoot 2017 CCE photoshoot 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vancouver Advertising - Lenticular Poster campaign Mozdah Jamalzadeh

 

 



APBC 2017 – Behind The Scenes – Crashed Cars and Camera Cranes

November 16, 2020 | Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment 

What an intense shoot this was for the Ambulance Paramedics of British Columbia. We had a 70′ crane camera and we crushed a car, flipping it upside down, as a haunting, hyper-realistic prop for the scary texting and driving ad.

Cameron and Bronwyn on set.

Me on set.

Haunting scene for the APBC texting and driving ad.

The crew working their magic on the 70′ crane camera.

70′ crane camera.