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An Ode to the 6ix.

We are forever grateful to call the Greater Toronto Area our home. Operating here gives us the opportunity to collaborate with such unique businesses across diverse industries. We love the growth and development it brings us as individuals and as a company. We cherish every chance we get to collaborate with new clients. If you operate a business in the GTA, consider yourself lucky because there is no place like here.

Here are some of our top picks of reasons why we love the 6ix (and the surrounding areas).


Toronto is home to some of Canada’s most famous attractions. The CN Tower, the Eaton Centre, the Distillery District, and the Toronto Islands are just a few of our favourites. The CN Tower has specifically been a staple in our videos, and we are extremely grateful to be able to feature it in our productions.


When we think of the phrase“melting-pot”, Toronto is the first city that comes to mind. You can find communities from just about any place on the planet here, and that’s just the way we like it. We love having the opportunity to collaborate with business owners from different backgrounds and varying cultures, and we appreciate learning from them and their businesses.


The Town of York (which would eventually evolve into the City of Toronto) was founded in the 1700’s, and plenty of architecture from that era still exists. These beautifully aged structures are cinematic marvels and can be used to add extraordinary charm to any film.


Concerts, nightlife, and everything in between. Toronto is hopping, and the work and play culture is enjoyed by just about everyone who calls this city home. There is always something to do and luckily for us, always something to film. For business or pleasure, you can find a member of our team filming somewhere around Toronto almost every day.


If you operate a business in Toronto or beyond, we’d love to hear your story and share it through cinematic, engaging video. Email us at for all your video production needs!

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