Videographer Services in Canmore, Alberta

The team at Symbol Syndication provides professional videography and editing services to clients from all over, including those in Canmore. One of our favorite mountain town escapes, we find ourselves in Canmore even when we’re not working just as a way to enjoy the mountain air.

If you’re looking for video services we’d love to help! Whether it’s recap footage of a corporate retreat you’re hosting for your staff, safety or training demonstration videos, or even drone coverage of the area to use for marketing your business or product, our team has you covered.

Case Study Video Work

Client Work Examples

Panasonic “Saves the Day” at Masterpiece Retirement

The amazing folks at Panasonic were looking for a way to demonstrate the use of their tech in a high-end retirement facility located near Lethbridge and Calgary, Alberta. Working with their marketing agency, we concluded that a video would be the best way to showcase their new tech and we moved into developing a case study video for use in business to business sales. Case study type videos are an amazing tool if you’re looking to show potential clients the value of a product and the benefits it can provide an organization.

Trak Kayak on Vancouver Island

Since 2006, Trak Kayaks has been building portable high-performance kayaks in Airdire, Alberta. The team at TRAK has since invited us along on several adventures to showcase the durability of their vessels and it has been nothing less than exciting to work with them. In this video we ventured to Vancouver Island near Nanaimo to take the kayaks for a spin. Their boats have been re-engineered to be lighter and stronger, building the ultimate in a touring kayak. Learn more: https://www.trakkayaks.com

About Canmore, Alberta

The town of Canmore is a relaxing town just outside the boundary of Banff National Park in the Bow Valley of the Alberta Rockies. The town shares a border with Kananaskis Country just to the west and south. It’s population is approximately 12,288 according to a 2011 census, making it the ninth-largest town in Alberta.