Edmonton, Alberta Videographer Services
At Symbol Syndication, our team provides people in Edmonton with professional video production and editing services. We also provide our expertise to customers from anywhere. We love making trips to Canada’s city of festivals, whenever we’re up in Edmonton. It’s usually to cover an exciting event with a local mover and shaker also. We’re also available to cover all sorts of special events like Fringe Fest down in old Strathcona, filming music videos around the Muttart Conservatory pyramids, or we can even film your store-front walkthroughs at your business on Jasper Ave.
Client Work Examples
Nissan Titan Ride and Drive Event
We were approached by Nissan Canada to help cover an event they were putting on for the Canada Grey Cup. At the event, they also let people drive a Nissan Titan through a multi-terrain obstacle course! That’s where our team at Symbol Syndication was hired to film the action. We also put together a short highlight video of the event and captured some exciting photos.
Street Machine Weekend 2017
We have worked with the Street Wheelers Car Club in Lethbridge. Our team covered their exciting annual Street Machine Weekend event. The event is a long-time staple in Lethbridge. Members put in around 5,000 man-hours into this event to showcase their vehicles. They also promote the event to car enthusiasts throughout Canada. As a huge promotion for the City of Lethbridge, this event is for anyone who also wants to show off their sweet rides. Not only that, but they estimate $2.2 million in gross earnings! Additionally, there were around 50,000 spectators in 2017. That year was also the second year we did video production for the event. Also, we did marketing for them the first year.
About Edmonton, Alberta
Alberta’s capital city, Edmonton, is located on the North Saskatchewan River which spans the center of the city making it the largest stretch of urban parkland in North America. Edmonton also makes up the north end of what Statistics Canada refers to as the “Calgary–Edmonton Corridor”.
As of 2016, the city’s population was 932,546, making it the second-largest city in Alberta and the fifth largest in Canada. Edmonton also holds the title of being North America’s northernmost metropolitan area with a population of over one million.
Edmonton’s growth can be attributed to the absorption of it’s five adjacent urban municipalities, including Spruce Grove, Beaumont, St. Albert, Leduc, and Fort Saskatchewan. It is also referred to as the “Gateway to the North”, as it poses as a staging point for large-scale oil company projects that take place farther north in the Albertan oil sands.