A feature-length documentary film for PBS. When a Vietnam War refugee who has grown up in America is solicited by a self-proclaimed arms dealer, he finds himself drawn into a dangerous game of politics and intrigue that could end with a life sentence in prison for him and the beloved leaders of his community.
Produced with TBWA Toronto and B-Reel for Accessible Media, Inc, Jeff’s Day is a five-minute online documentary from the first-person perspective of a blind man. The viewer spends a day in the life of Jeff Berwick, blind since the age of thirteen, cameras were attached to Jeff’s body to give a more visceral experience of what it’s like to exist in his lightless world. The video quickly garnered 150K views on YouTube, followed by a front-page feature in Canada’s largest newspaper. Jeff also appeared on Canada’s most popular morning show, and The Women’s Network asked to run the documentary short free of charge. A few short months and four million media impressions later, Accessible Media received its government funding. And Jeff touched a lot of hearts—ours to be sure—in the process.
Branded content campaign produced in partnership with TBWA Toronto. Across the country, high school football is struggling to survive. Nissan Canada is supporting 21 high school football teams in need. "Back in the Game" chronicles the season of two of those schools. Over the course of several webisodes, we'll learn that, despite devastating funding cuts, high school football is needed as much now as ever.
A series of videos for Jaguar USA where we take a by-the-seat-of-your-pants thrill ride with everyday people—many of whom had previously never been anywhere near a racetrack—experiencing what it’s like to really put the pedal to the metal in Jaguar’s high-performance luxury sports cars. Using multiple cameras we were able to capture an intimate and dynamic perspective of the complete Jaguar experience—both the beauty and power of the machines, and the emotion and adrenaline of the drivers. (Not to mention the faces of the pro racecar drivers instructing them from the passenger seat.)
The result? A record number of potential drivers/customers on the next year’s event roster.