Their acclaimed interactive documentary, Welcome to Pine Point, produced by the National Film Board of Canada, received more than a dozen international awards, including 2 Webbys, and was featured at numerous festivals and competitions.
They have produced magazines (Adbusters), books, television spots, and major advocacy campaigns for TV Turnoff Week, Buy Nothing Day and the Blackspot Sneaker, which was listed as one of the New York Times’ “Best Ideas”.
They are co-authors of the book
I Live Here: ‘A visually stunning narrative in which the lives of refugees and displaced people become at once personal and global.’
They are in development on a television comedy, about people who are trying make the world a better place.
Their work has been awarded numerous international design awards, 3 Webby awards, and has been featured in visual exhibitions and in more than 100 publications, on CNN and MTV, and in documentaries for BBC, PBS and Dutch National Television.
They have spoken internationally on the confluence of politics, art, design and storytelling.
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