Rob Spence TV splits its services between the corporate world and broadcast documentaries. As a docmaker he knows what reads as genuine and what smells like cheese. This is more valuable than ever with social engagement and the need for more and more video content.
A one eyed filmmaker, he transformed his prosthetic eye into a wireless video camera to become a bionic documentary maker. Time Magazine named the Eyeborg cam as one of the 50 best inventions of 2009.
Do you need more proof Rob is totally into video?!
In 2011, he made a 12 minute film that has picked up over a million hits with its different versions online. Its a doc about cyborgs shot with his camera eye. It picked up an honourable mention from the 2012 Webby Awards for best branded content.
In 2007, he made a documentary for CBC called Let’s All Hate Toronto about the very Canadian past time of Toronto Bashing. It scored the highest ever ratings at the time for the doc strand called “The Lens” on CBC Newsworld. He is now working on a sequel called Let’s All Hate Toronto 2: The Road Back to Dignity.
Rob brings a client friendly creative discipline to corporate communications and works with a lot with ad agencies. Some of his clients – Havas Advertising, The Tite Group, Lowe Roche Advertising, TBWA Advertising, Draft Advertising, Grey Worldwide Advertising, Draft Advertising, Sharpe Blackmore, Telus Mobility, Salesforce, Volvo, Tim Hortons, and Frito Lay.