One of my favorite Educ’alcool commericals I directed is on air. Renard, or “Fox.”
The Educ’Alcool campaign in Quebec has been a lot of fun as we were mandated to produce old school animation. Both are getting loads of air time in Canada. This spot is Turkeys, or Les Dindons, below both the English and French versions.
Directed another spot for Jamieson with Tonic DNA.
Directed a second campaign for Educ’ alcool at Studio Pascal Blais with producer Bernard Lajoie and animators Sam Cabanac and Guilluame Blackburn. These guys make my job easy.
Educ’ alcool Gorilla
Educ’ alcool Porcupine
A few more short commercials for Jamieson.
Two PSA’s recently completed for Éduc’alcool which promotes responsible drinking. The Éduc’alcool folks came to Pascal Blais Studio with an idea to do these two spots in traditional 2D animation. We proposed we produce them as a throwback to the old Tom & Jerry cartoons of the past, with similar character design and background styling. We even added some real film grain to complete the look. My old colleague Mike Surrey animated the lead cat. The spots caught the attention of Infopress who wrote a short article here. English dubs are forthcoming. My hats off to the Pascal Blais team for their excellent work.
On a shoot for a commercial for Jamieson Essentials with Pascal Blais Studio and DP Michel Bisson.
Another project I directed this Summer for Pascal Blais.
Over the Summer I directed a new Jamieson commerical with the great team at Pascal Blais Studio and the talented Guillaume Blackburn. Live action component was shot at Wallace Studios in Toronto.
Last year I worked with Pascal Blais Studio to create an interactive video that teaches about the history of the exploration of the Northwest Passage. The interactive game was created for Canadian Heritage and was mentioned in the Best of July section of Infopresse in 2015.