Rob Spence services both the corporate world and broadcast documentaries.
As a one eyed filmmaker, he transformed his prosthetic eye into a wireless video camera to become a bionic documentary maker. Time Magazine went on to name the Eyeborg Cam as one of the 50 best inventions of 2009.
Last year, Rob shot a 12 minute documentary about cyborgs with the Eyeborg Cam and picked up over a million hits online.
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 documentaries on “The Lens”, CBC Newsworld.
Rob brings a client friendly creative discipline to corporate communications and works often with ad agencies.
Clients include: Lowe Roche Advertising, TBWA Advertising, Draft Advertising, Grey Worldwide Advertising, Draft Advertising, Sharpe Blackmore, Telus Mobility, Volvo, Tim Hortons and Frito Lay.