Client Work

One of the unique opportunities the DMA offers to students is to create work for clients. The work varies from a promotional video to a poster or website. If you are interested in working with the DMA students as a client please send an email to the DMA Assistant, Jennifer VanderMye.

The DMA has worked with various clients (companies) in the Lower Mainland from Make-A-Wish to the Richmond Oval to BC Hydro. Please see below for previous client work.

Client Projects Completed

Client Portfolio

The DMA has been working with TedxKids@BC since its inception in 2009. Students work in a variety of areas creating the graphics for T-shirts and Posters and operating the live audio/video web stream as well as creating the behind the scenes video about the annual event held in Vancouver, BC.

Students created the graphics for t-shirts, posters, and banners, created FEAT2016’s website, promotional video, and filmed the event live. The students then edited the talks and created a behind the scenes video about the annual event held in the Lower Mainland.

The DMA has been working with McCreary Centre Society since 2013. Students created a film capturing the data from the 2013 Adolescent Health Survey. Other work includes creating a promotional video and graphic work for the grants offered by their Youth Advisory Council.

The DMA has been working with Make-A-Wish BC & Yukon and the EA Sports Burnaby campus since 2010. Students create a behind the scenes documentary video about the annual event held at EA Sports.

Film students filmed and edited SMP’s Hickory Dickory Dock production while a photography student photographed and edited photos of the cast and production in North Vancouver, BC,  2015-16.

A new logo and vector graphic was created by a Graphic Design student for Harbourview Animal Hospital. The artwork is also displayed on their storefront in North Vancouver.

Students created the poster for the 2014 ‘Think Before You Let Them Drink” campaign. These posters were showcased across the Lower Mainland at transit stop.

Students took the photographs used, by the Web Design students, to create a website. Other promotional material was created including a business card and a T-shirt design.

The DMA has been working with BC School Sports Curling since 2009. Students have designed and continue to maintain their website.

Web Design students have redesigned and managed their website. The students also designed the graphics for the Lynn Valley Days Gala 2016.

Students created a short film showcasing the importance of using Transit and the ease of the new Compass Card.

The DMA has created many informative videos since 2009 ranging from the Work Experience Program to Grade 7.

Students created the 75th Anniversary Video that showcases this organizations work in North Vancouver.

The students filmed and edited the talks for the live event held in the North Vancouver, BC, October 2013.

Students created two short videos on Green Energy Jobs which are currently used to teach younger students.

Photography students created images with quotes for Moving Spirit’s social media campaign.

Students created the website for

A new logo was designed by a Graphic Design student

Students created two the websites for VBIA.

A new logo was designed by a Graphic Design student.