A Matter of Choice – Community Living Mississauga

Community Living Mississauga is a non-profit agency that supports people with intellectual disabilities. This video was produced as a public awareness/fundraising tool. It showcases many of the agency’s programs and services including housing, employment and recreation. Running Time: 5-minutes

Corbrook – Supporting your journey towards success

Corbrook is a non-profit organization in Toronto serving the needs of people with physical and developmental disabilities. This fundraising video celebrates all the services Corbrook offers including employment, job coaching and placement, education and recreational activities. Running time: 5 minutes

George Brown College – Navigating Distance Education

Promotional video produced for George Brown College’s Academic Pathway for Nurses Graduate Certificate Program. Designed to encourage internationally educated nurses to continue their nursing career in Canada.

The Ontario Human Rights Code (American Sign Language)

“The Ontario Human Rights Code” is a series of 14 videos we produced for the Ontario Human Rights Commission in American Sign Language (ASL) and and Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ). Each video includes voice-over and subtitling.

Anyone. Anywhere. Anytime – The Story of the Canadian Crime Victim Foundation

The Canadian Crime Victim Foundation is a non-profit organization that advocates for the rights of victims of violent crime. This includes raising awareness of the short falls in victims services and helping to provide equal educational opportunities to victims of violent crime. www.ccvf.net

Ontario Blind Sports Association

Produced for the Ontario Blind Sports Association (OBSA), this video was created to promote the OBSA and educate teachers, coaches and the general public about six blind sports: wrestling, power lifting, judo, athletics, swimming and goalball (a sport created specifically for the blind).

Home Depot – On the Job with Andy Andrianidis

“On the job” is a video series that profiles employees with developmental disabilities. Created for the “It Is Possible” Project, each video showcases a different business and shows by example how hiring people with developmental disabilities makes good business sense. This video features Home Depot and employee Andy Andrianidis.

Learning to Dream Again: The Story of ROOF

ROOF – Reaching Our Outdoor Friends, is a homeless youth shelter in Kitchener, Ontario. We produced this fundraising/public-awareness video to showcase the organization impact in the community and the unique, youth-specific services they provide. Running time: 11 minutes

Welcome Home – Newfoundland promotional video

Produced for the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, “Welcome Home” promotes the province to potential immigrants as a place to live, work and raise and family

Canada Council Program ASL/English

A series of sign language videos produced for the Canada Council for the Arts in American Sign Language (ASL) and Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ). The videos include voice-over and subtitling.

Canada Council – Program 1 LSQ/French

A series of sign language videos produced for the Canada Council for the Arts in American Sign Language (ASL) and Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ). The videos include voice-over and subtitling.

George Washington University – Alumni Fundraising Video

Video sample from “Scholarship for the Real World”, a 11-minute fundraising video produced for Legacy Leaders Inc.

Deaf TV – OMNI Television Sign Language Series

Sample from “Deaf TV” a pilot for a news and current affairs series produced entirely in American Sign Language for OMNI Television. Like the documentary “Deaf Pride”, this was also a Canadian first.

“Deaf Pride” Documentary

Sample from “Deaf Pride” the first documentary in Canada to be produced entirely in American Sign Language. “Deaf Pride” is an exploration of Deaf culture which includes it’s own rich history, literature and language.

“Life on St. Clair” – Wellness Centre Promotional Video

3-minute promotional video produced for “Life on St. Clair Health and Wellness Centre” in Toronto. The completed video is used as a promotional tool at trade shows as well as posted on the company website.