Destination History's core business is storytelling. We believe stories are the most effective way to connect with tourists and attract them to destinations. Stories create an emotional connection that the visitor will carry with them long after their visit. Stories carry far beyond the regions in which that are set. Stories have a life of their own. Stories can be easily shared with people, such as family and friends, piquing interest in the destinations from where they originate. We find stories told in the first person by people connected to a destination to be most effective.
We bring thirty-years professional media production experience to our clients at Destination HISTORY. This work has taken us to every province and territory in Canada.We have produced and managed the production of television commercials, corporate videos, interactive media, broadcast documentaries and television series.
Our experience includes the development of many interactive projects, most notably eLearning courseware for the federal government and public school boards. We follow PMI guidelines for project management.
Destination HISTORY works with top professional production people across Canada: Directors of Photography, Sound Recordists, Writers, Researchers, Directors and Software Developers.
We also have an in-house film and video transfer service to utilize old film footage, photographs, audio recordings and video footage. Our facility can transfer all formats.
We are active board members of the Central Alberta Historical Society and the Documentary Organization of Canada.
Our goal is to create innovative products that deliver results for our clients. We produce videos in both official languages. Please contact us for a free consultation:
The Expert Team at Destination History
Mark brings over 25 years media production experience to the company. His experience includes producing television programming and documentaries, managing development of online learning programs, and videography. He is president of the Central Alberta Historical Society and is on the board of the Historical Society of Alberta.