Our Work

At Blue Lizard Productions our work ranges from our specialty, which is online marketing and promotional videos, to training and educational videos.  We’ve also produced a short film and are in development on two different broadcast television productions, one being a documentary about Olympic Triathlete Kyle Jones and the other a reality TV show called Kitchen Dons, about a bunch of Italians who build kick ass kitchens. Below is a small sample of our recent work.

Marketing and Promotional Videos

Codesyne (Module Blocks)

Working with Steven Ahola has always been a rewarding challenge for us.  The man has a vision and we’re required to execute that vision.  This project was no exception.  It needs no explanation.  Watch the video and you’ll see.  We look forward to Steve’s next “inspired” project.

Promotional Elements

They were looking to have a video that they could show, not just online, but in the board room when pitching to prospects.  They also wanted to use testimonials videos as an element of this production. We worked with them to produce a business profile video that included these testimonials from not only clients, but their own employees, giving the viewers an oppurtunity to get to know the company on a more personal level.

Roberts Onsite

Another company that was looking for a better way to communicate what their company does, along with their history, during their pitching process to prospects.  We worked closely with them and their agency, Eyelight Marketing Services, to develop this video.  Working along side Eyelight Marketing Services was extremely important to Roberts Onsite to maintain every aspect of the well developed brand.  (In other words, we work well with agencies.)

YMCA (Early Years)

This video production was designed to not only give people in the community an understanding of what the Early Years program is, but to inform their financially supportors of the work they are doing in the community.  We utilized employee interviews as well as testimonials to communicate the information.  The video footage was taken over several days at different locations across the city.  

HockeyTech

This Guelph company needed a series of videos produced to show at their training clinics during classroom settings.  In addition to the video series we also produced this short promotion video to help people understand the companies focus.

Spinal Garage

A Kitchener chiropractor clinic was looking for a video to not only help educate people on the importance of chiropractic care but to include some amazing testimonials from their clients.  We setup a couple days where we came in and got lots of interviews with clients, in addition to interviews with the doctors and some great footage of the office.

Safety, Training and Educational Videos

We’ve produced internal corporate videos for many large companies in Waterloo Region, such as Aecon, Unitron and Linamar, but are unable to show most of them because of our agreements with them.  We can however share with you our latest safety video that we produced for Safety Kleen.

Safety Kleen (Transportation)

After producing the first safety video for Saftey Kleen’s Breslau plant they came back to us to produce a second video that was specific for the truck drivers who visited the plant.  Prior to being given access to the plant they are required to watch this video.  These videos replaced the companies requirements to have plant visitors sit through a live instruction that often lasted three times the length of time, and took a staff member away from their day-to-day responsibilities. 

Film and Television Production

Kyle Jones (Promotional Video)

This is a promotional video for a video series and documentary that is in development that was produced in partnership with the Mobile Health Network. The purpose of these videos was not only to showcase Kyle Jones and other Canadian athletes but to also promote the services of the Mobile Health Network. This documentary is currently being pitched to sponsors and broadcasters.

Suddenly Super (Short Film)

A short action-adventure-fantasy film about a average middle-aged woman who uses a secret superpower to save her husband’s life and a dark sorcerer who comes to steal her power.  The short film was produced with the financial assistance of the Region of Waterloo Arts Fund and an IndieGoGo crowd source funding campaign. The film was written, directed and produced by Scott Clevely along with his producing partners on the project; Angela Kafadar, Erik O’Neill, Ryan P. Wilson and Justin Rader. 

Kitchen Dons (Reality Television)

We’ve produced a pilot episode in partnership with The Bamco Group and are currently pitching the project to several Canadian networks, so we can only show you a teaser for the series, but stay tuned for the entire episode!  The project was co-produced by John Fazari from The Bamco Group and Angela Kafadar from Blue Lizard Productions.