A digital signage solution for a Toronto infertility clinic. Using the Screenscape platform develop, produce and program content for patient education and corporate branding at TRIO Fertility.
Fuses Jazz Piano and the Symphony Orchestra into new, irresistible, music. Ron Davis’ brilliant SymphRONica – the electric/acoustic jazz/pop/string group – accompany renowned poet George Elliott Clarke, Canada’s Parliamentary Poet Laureate, and vocalist Shelley Hamilton in a performance of Clarke’s poem “Everything Is Free”.
Building on a century-old tradition of musical excellence, The Glenn Gould School provides talented students with the skills necessary for professional success. This recent video promotes music education that is dedicated to nurturing its students to reach the highest level possible.
A series of 50 videos with world-renowned piano pedagogues for The Royal Conservatory of Music Piano Teacher Certification curriculum.
A series of videos for the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research’s evening of science and music featuring the Gryphon Trio and distinguished neuroscientists exploring what happens in our brains when we engage with music.
Public Service Announcement for Jewish Immigrant Aid Services Toronto
Producer, If the Music Dies/Si La Music Meurt: In Development
Producer of a bilingual documentary that witnesses the triumphant return of music to Mali and explores the unique links between music and humanity.
On the 22nd of August 2012, Al Qaeda-inspired extremists banned music in Mali, the African nation that is synonymous with song, sound and celebration. “If the Music Dies/Si La Music Meurt” is a documentary that witnesses the triumphant return of music to Mali and explores unique links between music and humanity.
The English Harbour Arts Association in English Harbour Newfoundland
“Where fine art meets local colour”
McIntosh Media is delighted to show support for this innovative arts centre in outport Newfoundland by providing this glimpse of what the centre does.
Phantoms of the French Shore has been selected by CSC (Curriculum Services Canada) and DOC (Documentary Organization of Canada) as one of five winners of a competition to create a study guide for teachers/students. The study guide will add value for students by presenting pre- and post- viewing questions that encourage critical thinking and tasks to enhance and extend the concepts addressed in the documentary. Check back in December for a copy of the study guide.
Meet the creators of the French Shore Tapestry
Crossing Time Approximately
Crossing Time Approximately also screened at the Fishing for the Future Film Festival, St. John’s and Norris Point Newfoundland