Look of the Day – Zoomer MAG
fashcamCreative fashcam’s creative agency for the integrated branding, design and production of live and electronic events and promotions in art, fashion and lifestyle – fashcamCreative.com
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Recent Zoomer lister: Canada’s Top 45 Over 45, Len D. Henry is recognized for his vast experience and successful expertise in live, film, television and online production. As an on-air personality, he’s served as fashion expert on W’s How To Look Good Naked, host and producer of canoe.tv’s online, twenty-episode, underground style series, StreetSeen, and most recently, host/mentor/fashion expert on Style Network’s Wedding Dress Wars. Behind the scenes, as creative director and producer, he’s traveled extensively across Canada, the US, Europe and the Far East, creating and presenting promotions and events for a long list of major lifestyle brands and publications. Henry has been awarded repeatedly for his groundbreaking work, by the likes of MuchMusic’s MMVAs, The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), BravoFACT!, and VideoFACT.
Henry is the visionary founder and a principal at fashcam Corp. – parent company to fashcam™ a groundbreaking, cross-promotion concept mandated to assist Canadian fashion designers employ film and technology to further the promotion of their clothes worldwide. He has since grown the company to also include fashcamCreative, a top agency for the production and implementation of stylish, eye-catching contemporary presentations for products, people and events. Under Henry, fashcamCreative has helmed the brand development for the feature documentary, RasTa (starring Donisha Prendergast, granddaughter of Bob Marley); the direction and production of events and presentations for Aveda Canada and the brand direction for
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Toronto’s yearlong Jamaica 50 Celebrations as well as the creative direction and production of its pinnacle event, the Jamaica Land We Love GALA.
Henry understands packaging and branding. He has spent years making his mark in the pop culture and lifestyle industries – traveled extensively across Canada, the US, Europe and the Far East, creating events for the likes of: Joseph Abboud, Absolut, Aveda, Benneton, The City of Toronto, Civello Salons, Esprit, The Hong Kong Trade Development Council, The Hudson’s Bay Company, La Senza, Northbound Leather, Lee, Levis, Parasuco, Puma, Paul Smith, Roger Edwards Sport, Smirnoff, The Toronto Fashion Incubator, Zellers; Canadian Living, Elle, GQ, Fashion and Flare magazines; FashionTelevision and IdeaCITY.
A maestro of grand scale productions, his notable work include several Canadian ready-to-wear collections; StreetStyle, a two-day alternative fashion street festival; annual awards shows: The BBPA’s Harry Jerome Awards, Women in Film and Television Toronto’s Crystal Awards; and one-offs such as South African Women for Women’s 10th Anniversary Gala, the Canadian edition of the Smirnoff Fashion International Awards and Canadian Living Magazine’s 30th Anniversary Celebration.
A quick vid from the audience – posted on YouTube – another beautiful Civello @ Aveda Congress escapade was developed to fit into the Aveda Congress’ overall theme of “Pow Wow” – a gathering of peoples/tribes/cultures from all corners, coming together as one.
It was titled “4” to reflect on the First Nations lore that we are of four spirits; east, west, north and south – or alternatively: red, yellow, white and black. With this as our foundation and inspiration, we told the story of how these four peoples, who co-existed harmoniously in the beginning, came ultimately to find that we are indeed much better as one.
The gift of this show was that we had a massive screen for stellar graphics created by the brilliant Travis North. The images were amazing, challenging the audience, many a times to separate the real form the surreal.
Brilliant and beautiful, and thankfully, tech-glitch-free. We received a standing ovation. It’s always good when it works.