canada Jun 2023


CoPilot Productions Montreal Full Photo & Film Production Services

CoPilot Productions: production servicing foreign projects in Canada from coast (Atlantic) to coast (Pacific) to coast (Arctic).

"Canada’s low dollar and amazing production value has continued to help keep us busy in these uncertain inflationary times. Here is a quick look at what we’ve been up to so far this year:

  • Five interesting mise-en-situation/fictional corporate films about protecting corporate data for Deloitte.
  • Three Audi TVCs and photoshoot combos.
  • One awesome three-day photoshoot for a fashion client to highlight Montreal’s European vibe.
  • One full episode of an ESPN+ TV show 'PK’s Places'.
  • One segment of HBO’s 'Real Sports' with Bryant Gumbel filmed in Winnipeg, Manitoba."

Flatblack Calgary Full Photo & Film Production Services

"Welcome to Flatblack. We are a full service photography production company based in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Working with Flatblack, you will fly into Calgary International Airport giving you access to world class locations to create your photographic assets. Alberta, Canada, has prairies, rolling foothills and of course the beautiful Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Please feel free to reach out anytime with questions or concerns. We would be happy to address them for you. Also, do look into currency exchange rates. Canada's dollar value offers our American friends and our friends overseas an affordable and inexpensive location to shoot.

Some of the services we offer but not limited to are location scouting and management, permitting, equipment and personal sourcing, transportation, accommodations, catering to name a few."

Hugo B. Lefort Montreal advertising photographers

"I am a photographer based in Montreal, specialising in advertising photography and portraiture.

I mainly work with cultural companies like Just for Laughs and various television production companies. I also works with advertising agencies with whom I have done campaigns for the Quebec Government, Volkswagen and McDonald's, among others.

A good image, for me, is the encounter between people — with all their stories and their humanity — and light. I always try to have, as a subtext, the vulnerability of people in my images. I don't like fixed situations.

The main challenge is to harmonise all those things to leave room for the story I want to tell with the photo; whether through a simple portrait or a complex staging, the story, for me, is always the most important. And it is created by adding the experience, talent and passion of each person in the team."

Christophe Benard Edmonton architecture photographers

Christophe Bénard is an architectural and interior design photographer based in Alberta serving the Edmonton/Calgary areas, and beyond.

He is passionate about the built environment and truly believes that the best way to portray architecture and interiors is by showcasing spaces in use with people interacting with their surroundings. Office spaces, educational buildings, healthcare facilities, museums, casinos, hotels, private residences, industrial facilities, etc., you name it - Christophe shot it all throughout the years with the same meticulous and rigorous approach. From moody twilight exteriors to crisp and vibrant interiors, light is at the core of his work to capture the client’s vision.

Christophe’s client list includes local businesses as well as some of the most eminent architects, interior design firms, land developers and construction companies in Canada, such as PCL Construction, Stantec, IBI Group, Dialog, SGH Design Partners and Oxford Properties Group.

Clinton Hussey Vancouver advertising photographers

Clinton Hussey is an award-winning commercial photographer specialising in conceptual, food, still life and, recently, motion. Since 1995, he has been creating distinctive editorial and advertising imagery for brand and magazine clients in his hometown of Vancouver and abroad.

Originally a design student at Vancouver’s Emily Carr College of Art & Design, Clinton stumbled into photography at first accidentally and then with conviction, as he fell for its demanding mix of creativity and technical grasp—an intense relationship he recognised from watching his father, a musician, repair his instruments with surgical skill. Though not a musician himself, Clinton has earned both Grammy and Juno nominations for his album cover designs; his photography has won multiple National Magazine Awards, as well honours from Lotus, Applied Arts, D&AD, City & Regional Magazine Association, the Printing Industry of America, Communication Arts, PDN/Nikon, and many others.

Today, Clinton is expanding into video, creating ad campaigns for clients such as Method, Panago, and the Children of the Street Society. When he is not making pictures, he is building things, and spending time on the ocean and in the mountains with his wife, Amanda—also a photographer—and their two children.

Jeffrey Carlson Toronto car & transportation photographers

Based in Toronto, Canada, Jeffrey Carlson is a highly accomplished commercial photographer and director. He shares his home with his wife Tara, their son Rhys, and their beloved Texas Heeler companion named Lemon.

Jeffrey's grounded nature and exceptional technical expertise inspire confidence in every production he takes on. From the initial stages of planning to the final delivery, he thrives on collaborative work with creative teams, always striving to surpass the expectations of his clients.

What fuels Jeffrey's passion is his ability to bring together multidisciplinary crews, blending their diverse talents to produce breathtaking content across various platforms. Whether it's still photography, video production, or exploring emerging media formats, Jeffrey's expertise shines through, consistently delivering results that captivate and engage audiences.

Alex Waber Vancouver advertising photographers

Alex Waber is an award-winning photographer specialising in fashion, lifestyle and outdoor photography.

His work has been internationally published including in Vogue, Wired, Complex, Rolling Stone, The Guardian and Montecristo. His clients include Arc’teryx, SECTION 35, Kit + Ace, and Purple Brand.

With a background in cinematography, Alex often brings a keen sense of lighting and narrative to his assignments. He loves a complex set up in studio, but is always keen to get creative of location and in nature.

When Alex is not on set he can be found in his studio in Vancouver’s Chinatown experimenting with abstract photography and playing with oil paint, or in the mountains around the city, usually riding his bike.