About bwaller


Project: Kashoo
Category: Branded Content
A local Vancouver software firm with the #1 iPad accounting software, Kashoo wanted a little boost to their customer conversion with a video that made accounting friendlier and also a little quirky to show that accounting is for all types.

More information: www.kashoo.com


Project: Grow Inc.
Category: Creative Content – Documentary Storytelling
Vancouver has had its Hollywood North status for a while. But as the tech start-ups gain success here in our growing city – Silicon Valley North is slowly starting to attach itself to the Vancouver name. As this city grows it is providing a stage for the next crop of Canada’s top entrepreneurs and tech geniuses. We share their insights in Grow Inc.TELUS Optik TV came to M2O for original content centered around tech. Being a thought leader on the tech narrative for a long time, M2O was well equipped to create, develop and produce Grow Inc.

ACCOLADE: “Grow Inc.” Was nominated by the Canadian Academy Of Cinema and Television (formerly the “Genie” Awards) in the 2014 Canadian Screen Awards! We are indeed honoured to be recognized along with our peers.

M2O Cares

Project: Ronald McDonald House
Category: Partnership Content
M2O had the incredible opportunity to donate our services to the Ronald MacDonald House BC (RMH). In order to assist RMH in a fundraising campaign for a new $20,000,000 facility on the site of Vancouver Children’s Hospital.

M2O collaborated with Cossette & RMH to create and develop a story highlighting the amazing work that the Ronald MacDonald House BC undertakes in Vancouver. Over a period of weeks we produced a short video that tells the RMH story from the people that live there and use its services.

This was a rewarding experience for the entire crew. We witnessed many diverse families finding solace in the supportive environment that the house provides for children healing from chronic illnesses and medical treatment. The video brought tears at the Gala and will live on throughout the year online to help people get an understanding of RMH and what it does for the community.

More information: www.rmhbc.ca