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Client: Ontario Science Centre
Project: Awards video

Raymond Moriyama

Raymond Moriyama is a hero to many Canadians. His stories of being interned during the Second World War because of his Japanese heritage and his rise to become one of Canada’s most respected and accomplished architects continue to inspire.

Since founding Raymond Moriyama, Architect and Planner, in 1958, Raymond Moriyama has applied his humanistic vision to landmark buildings such as the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, the Ontario Science Centre, the Scarborough Civic Centre, the Toronto Reference Library and the Bata Shoe Museum, all in Toronto; Science North in Sudbury; the National Museum of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh; the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo; and, of particular personal significance, the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, recipient of a 2008 Governor General’s Medal for Architecture. More recently the 124 Km Wadi Hanifa Project using bio-remediation has received the 2010 Aga Khan Award for Excellence in Architecture, 2011 UNESCO Prize, and stirring interest at the UN.

Raymond’s honours include a Gold Medal from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, a Lifetime Design Achievement Award from the Ontario Association of Architects, an International Fellowship from the Royal Institute of British Architects, an Honorary Fellowship from the American Institute of Architects, and honorary degrees from eleven universities. He has received the Order of Ontario and the Order of the Rising Sun (Japan), and is a Companion of the Order of Canada.



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Client: Ontario Science Centre
Project: Awards video

A true entrepreneur and innovator, Bruce Poon Tip founded G Adventures in 1990 to deliver authentic experiences for travellers who craved adventures beyond all-inclusive resorts. Under his leadership, G Adventures has carved a reputation as a pioneering world leader in adventure travel with an unyielding dedication to sustainable tourism and community development initiatives. Passionate about sustainability and philanthropy, Bruce is an authority on social entrepreneurship, corporate social and environmental responsibility, and leading with service and innovation.

In 2003, Bruce founded the Planeterra Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps empower local people to develop their communities, conserve their environment, and provide supportive solutions to local problems. In recognition of his dedication to ethical business practices and responsible travel, he received the Ethics In Action Award, World Savers Award by Condé Nast Traveler magazine and the Travel + Leisure Global Vision Leadership Award for voluntourism. In addition to receiving an award as one of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40, Bruce has been recognized as one of Canada’s 100 Leaders of Tomorrow and has been twice honoured as the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year.

In addition, Bruce was awarded the Excellence in Corporate Responsibility (ECR) Award, was inducted into the Social Venture Network Hall of Fame in 2012, and received the Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee Award in 2013. He was also honoured with a Humanitarian Award by the Government of Tanzania and featured in Profit Magazine as one of the Top 10 Entrepreneurs in Canada of the last 25 years.

Bruce’s first book, Looptail: How One Company Changed the World by Reinventing Business is available at all book retailers. Visit looptail.com to get in the loop.


Client: Telus
Project: Web commercial

Watch this video to learn about TELUS’ new Push To Talk service: TELUS Link. With TELUS Link you can:

– Get superior US, Canadian and international coverage to connect individuals and groups
– Use it on the most popular smartphones and rugged devices
– Send data at the fastest speeds available on our 4G LTE network


Client: The Chimera Project Collective
Project: Event / Film

The Calm Before… starts with a question: How to escape the present moment? To find the symbolic exit from the present, the protagonist must face seven fears, progressing through an intense labyrinth of the subconscious.Inspired by the need to escape an oncoming metaphoric storm where inner strength must be summoned in the face of deep seated fears, this radical new work is charged by the clash and blend of hip hop, contemporary and improvisation.

Furious kinetics and theatricality, The Chimera Project’s trademarks, reach new heights in this visceral heroic journey.