Co-Founder + Agency Director,
Hermann & Audrey
Hermann & Audrey was established in 2008 as a Creative House and collective of artists and producers. Together they blended current culture and advertising to create product campaigns, event platforms and programs. Always immersed and provoked by accessible encounters with art and culture. As co-founder and Agency Director, we served clients such as L'Oréal, Samsung, H&M, NXNE, DHL, Sony Bravia, Air Canada, MTV, Molson Coors, Oxford Properties, Hullmark Developments, and the ROM.
Public Art Projects & Cultural Happenings: In pursuit of stimulating community engagement and cultural awareness, Hermann & Audrey partnered like-minded creatives, brands and at times public institutions; to initiate and foster the way public spaces are used and transformed. Hermann & Audrey worked with public spaces, real estate developers and institutions to develop cultural programs and spectacles to attract and retain target audiences while contributing to the cultural fabric of cities. Most famously, Rally Ossington,
Art & Commerce: Through building content and experiences that audiences seek out, Hermann & Audrey created a meaningful and authentic connection between brand and audience. Curating & building exhibitions and experiential programs for our clients and partner artists spanned 8 years and with highlights such as NXNE Art, A Love Letter to the Great Lakes, RENT VHS, CONTACT Photography Festival . Weaving brand objectives and values into art experience and spectacle were seamless and welcome as it respected the public and the artists involved. Storytelling, media relations, and press mentions were 100% earned.
Photography & Motion: Hermann & Audrey was a team of award-winning contemporary photographers, videographers and senior producers creating commercial photography and motion work for brands, agencies and celebrity. The legend continues with PHOTO + MOTION.
Its network of talented creatives across disciplines and geography delivered compelling contemporary experiences and catalyzed the intersection of art, commerce and community. Hermann & Audrey was based in Toronto, with project work in Chicago, Los Angeles, London and New York.