To help launch Indigo’s new blog, FTP Media was hired to shoot a “play date” with a dozen pre-school and school-age children, all brought in to the Indigo corporate headquarters in downtown Toronto to have fun testing out toys from Chapters Indigo. A series of four short videos were produced from that half-day shoot, each posted online blog.indigo.ca,and available for viewing via the in-store kiosks at Indigo Books & Music.
The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation‘s Blueprint for the Future, held in Thunder Bay in February 2010. Blueprint for the Future (BFF) is a series of national career fairs designed to attract First Nation, Métis and Inuit high school students to the wide array of potential careers available in all employment sectors.
Heather Reisman “In Conversation” with anthropologist and author Grant McCracken on the subject of his latest book, “Chief Culture Officer: How to Create a Living, Breathing Corporation.” Recorded live at Indigo Manulife in Toronto, January 12th, 2010.
Heather Reisman “In Conversation” with designer Bruce Mau and author Warren Berger on the subject of Berger’s latest book, “Glimmer: How Design Can Transform Your Life, Your Business, and Maybe Even the World.” Recorded live at Indigo Manulife in Toronto, November 9th, 2009.
On October 19th, 2009, Bruce Mau Design hosted an evening of mischief and merrymaking in honor of opening the design studio’s new location at 469C King Street West, Toronto. FTP Media was hired to webcast and document the live event.
This video was uploaded in submission to the nomination committee for an Interactive Emmy Award.