When your law firm has won an award, spread the word. Shout it from the rooftops of dilapidated gas stations in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Who wants to work at a law firm with a sense of humour and some edge? A lot of young talented lawyers apparently.» Check it Out
The client wanted something badass and it doesn't get cooler than lawyers on horses. Jim Titerle even did his own stunts. Big thank you to horse wrangler/stuntman Danny Virtue for this.» Check it Out
After winning (again) as one of Canadian Lawyer’s Top Law Firms, Miller Titerle wanted to up the crazy. How do you get wilder than Lawyers on Horses, you ask? Ha! Lawyers with flame throwers! Peter Holst is an exceptional photographer but he put his foot down on that one. Still, Lawyers Fast-Roping From Helicopters is pretty bananas.» Check it Out
With MS, signals from the brain fail to reach the body. This can lead to a sudden loss of movement in the limbs, paralysis, or even blindness. It's a degenerative disease that forces a body to betray itself. The MS Society is fighting to end this malady. And they could use your help.
The epic photography took the idea to the next level. It was recently selected as an Applied Arts winner and it won a silver at the Summit International Awards.» Check it Out
This was the third instalment of our legendary diving theme with photographer Peter Holst. In the past, we used European mythological creatures such a mermaids, Poseidon, the kraken, and sirens. For this campaign, we introduced lost cities in Indonesia and Egypt.
The campaign highlights Peregrine as the undisputed leader of luminosity in an array of vivid colours.» Check it Out
These ads crashed their server and sent distributors into a panic trying to keep up with demand. Ha!» Check it Out
Mermaids aren't supposed to the nice. They lure sailors to their doom. So you can just imagine what the wrath will be from this furious fish-lady. The best ads tell stories. Sometimes very strange ones. The process of making this ad was documented by photography website: Wonderful Machine.» Check it Out
The formula for an opulent watch ad is both straightforward and bizarre. Celebrity + moody lighting + band across the knuckles + smirk.» Check it Out
A tricky brief. Fishermen are wary of WorkSafe. They don't want anyone in a suit near their vessel for fear of fines. Fish Safe are not WorkSafe, they are just fishermen helping fishermen. But how to show that?
This ad won silver at the 2016 International Summit Awards.» Check it Out
This was a two-part campaign for the Indonesian Trade Promotion Centre that ran in Skytrain stations throughout the Lower Mainland. The teaser ad asked the question, which was answered a couple of weeks later in the same placement. We worked with ITPC to coordinate follow-up interviews with passersby to measure the recall and recognition of the message and found the strategy effective.» Check it Out
This campaign was directed to all of the tradespeople in BC. These reminders of pandemic protocol helped to keep job sites open.» Check it Out
This campaign called for increased vigilance during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in BC for all trades. It was featured on job site posters and online. It won Silver at the Summit International Awards (2020) in the new Coronavirus Response Category.» Check it Out
To bring awareness to the free BounceBack program made available by CMHA, we enlisted the help of various celebrity influencers including BC Lion’s quarterback Mike Rielly, local radio host Casey-Jo Loos and rock band Mother Mother.» Check it Out
Inside Skytrains and buses, and on the backs and sides as well - everywhere you turn, these haunting ads are there.
The client wanted dark and scary, so we created the most disturbing campaign we could think of.
Our roof leaked, badly, right when I was writing these ads. This exposed us to the elements, security risks and a relentless parade of strangers in our space. When casting, we wanted a real troupe of mischievous comedians to truly tap into the impish energy of the inconvenience.» Check it Out
DBM wanted to show that they were established in the Tri-Cities, diversified in their areas of law, and community-oriented.
As they have been based on Austin Avenue in Coquitlam for over 40 years, we shot each lawyer on location in front of well-known Tri-Cities landmarks and vistas such as Buntzen Lake, the Coquitlam Crunch and White Pine Beach.
When this campaign originally launched we used transit shelters along Austin Avenue to show each lawyer in turn, along with their area of law, to highlight the depth of their practice.» Check it Out
The goal of this video was to keep job sites open for all BC trades by reinforcing pandemic protocol. It won Bronze at the Summit International Awards (2020) in the new Coronavirus Response Category.
This ad won Silver at the Summit International Awards. See the rest of the Who/What/When/Where/Why/How series at: https://www.cruisecomp.ca/support/
This massive integrated campaign was a continuation of 2015's A World Without Paramedics. In this more hopeful future, paramedics always arrive on the scene in under 8 minutes and 59 seconds. The TV ads were split to show at the beginning and the end of the commercial break.
It shouldn’t be this hard to get a little cash. Next time, 10-15 years from now, our protagonist should use Loan Express. Fast. Safe. Simple. Anytime. Day or Night. This ad will be airing on APTN and possibly on stations and billboards near you - very soon.
Here's a massive campaign we made for Ambulance Paramedics of British Columbia. These ads ran everywhere from Canucks games to cinemas and generated enormous buzz.
This ad won gold at the 2015 International Summit Awards.
Here’s a catchy little number we did for a Korean BBQ sauce. This campaign was featured across Canada on the Food Network.
People watch diet ads and think, "Yeah, but you gain it right back."
So, we invited Lee to return to the studio, three years after making the first Bernstein ad, to prove that the weight stays off for good.
We did a new naming, positioning, logo and branding for URSA Tactical, a new wildfire outfit out of Prince George.» Check it Out
We designed this course catalogue to be like a magazine - to pique students' interest. It’s super colourful and fun.» Check it Out
We rebranded one of the biggest forestry companies on the island into one of the biggest natural resource consultants.» Check it Out
CruiseComp is an app designed by IFS to simplify the timber cruising process for the forestry industry. No more pencils, tape or cruise cards required. We built them a website, brochure, and instructional videos to help promote the app to the industry.» Check it Out
We have featured lawyers on horses, lawyers amongst their community in front of Tri-Cities’ landmarks, lawyers rappelling from helicopters and now, lawyers on boats. Photographer Matthew Chen did a beautiful job of using the stars to illustrate the navigational component required for a complex legal world.daviddoig.com
We rebuilt the Escott Sportfishing brand from the inside out, starting with a full Immersion Experience in the Haida Gwaii with Captain Danny Escott himself. After four days of hunting Tyees and taking in the Escott lodge from a staff to guest perspective, we built a newer, sportier, more authentic look.www.escottsportfishing.com
Strategic wanted a sophisticated site to showcase their new branding and message. When you grow from Forestry to Natural Resource Consulting you need talk to match your walk.www.snrc.ca
CruiseComp’s website was designed to make advanced technology accessible to forestry professionals and timber cruisers.cruisecomp.ca
Our roof leaked, badly, right when I was writing these ads. This exposed us to the elements, security risks and a relentless parade of strangers in our space. When casting, we wanted a real troupe of mischievous comedians to truly tap into the impish energy of the inconvenience.
Testimonials have always worked will for Dr. Bernstein so we did a two-part campaign for each of their most successful Poster Patients.
Why would six women stick with this scoundrel for so long? This spot won a Summit Award in 2006.
More jobs, less pollution - renewably powered LNG seems like a no-brainer.
So who better to remind the government of its environmental commitments than some madcap voice over actors?
It’s one thing to act like Santa. It’s another to think you are Santa.
Miller Titerle + Company
Laura Housden and Marlene Burrows
PRIMED Educational Associates
CEO, Pardon Services Canada
Strategic Forest Management Inc.
REMAX Select Realty