Videographer Services in Pincher Creek, Alberta
Symbol Syndication provides professional videography and editing services to clients from all over, including those in the lovely lands of Pincher Creek. Whether it’s showcasing the operations of your farm’s production, developing client testimonials of your products or services, or filming a music video out in the vast prairies along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains; our team has you covered.
Client Work Examples
Fresh Fest 2018 – University of Lethbridge ULSU
The ULSU or University of Lethbridge Students’ Union hired us to capture footage of their amazing welcome back festival called Fresh Fest. For the event we did two days of filming and compiled the clips together into one big highlight reel.
The festival is run by students, for students, to kick off a new year for students on campus before classes are in full swing. This allows students to meet all their new peers across multiple faculties before their classes and course work make it difficult to meet new students outside their disciplines.
During Fresh Fest, the Students’ Union showcases several days of activities, including a 100ft slip n slide, pizza parties, cabarets, and of course the official jamboree. These help build relationships, introduce students to their new campus, and start the university experience off the right way. Learn more: http://freshfest.ulsu.ca
Trak Kayak on Vancouver Island
Trak Kayaks is an amazing kayak company founded out of Airdire Alberta. They brought us along to shoot some footage of them in action out on Vancouver Island near Nanaimo. Over the past couple years they have been an exciting company to partner with on several adventure shoots. We’ve thoroughly enjoyed being a part of their journey creating the ultimate touring kayak. TRAK has been manufacturing portable performance kayaks since 2006.
About Pincher Creek, Alberta
Located in the Southwest of Alberta, Pincher Creek is a town that can be found roughly 101 km west of the windy city of Lethbridge. If you’re in Pincher Creek, you’ll find yourself in the beautiful foothills of the Canadian Rockies with a lovely view between prairies and mountain ranges.
The town was aptly named in 1868 by a group of prospectors who lost a pincer in the small creek at this location. Pincers at the time were used primarily for trimming the feet of the horses and thus it sucked when they lost one of their tools. Several years later in 1874, the North-West Mounted Police ventured to the area where one of them discovered the rusting tools in the creek, and thus the area was deemed Pincher Creek.