Future Camp is an award-winning production agency that specializes in creating ground breaking content specifically for social and environmental causes. Our global community is comprised of writers, filmmakers, designers, photographers, musicians, artists, free-thinkers and anyone with a penchant for creating outstanding and resonating work with a positive impact. Sometimes affiliated sometimes not, our creatives come to Future Camp to work on projects they believe in wholeheartedly. We collaborate with advertising agencies as well as direct-to-client. We curate strategic partnerships between global brands and non-profit organizations. We do it because we love it. We do it because we believe together we can help spread positive change.
Future Camp offers a variety of services ranging from initial research, to concept creation, execution, post-production all the way through distribution and analysis. However, feel free to skip any of the steps that aren’t relevant to your particular project. Already know who you’re target demo is and what language and medium resonates with them the most? Feel free to skip the “Research” section. Have an idea scripted and would like it exceptionally executed? Hop in at “Execution”. We pride ourselves in tailoring each and every project to our clients specific needs.
Our pool of Future Camp creatives is in constant flux. Unlike traditional agencies or production companies, Future Camp does not employ an exclusive roster of directors or creative directors. Think of us more as match-makers – and good ones at that. We take pride in matching award-winning talent with projects that are near and dear to their heart. Projects they believe in. Projects that more often than not, reward the soul and not the wallet.
Although most of our Campers are here temporarily, please meet the team that keeps the fire burning night after night.
Olivier is an award-winning director who founded Future Camp as a passion project in 2014. Now he calls it home.
Rebekah is an (over)experienced producer who fell in love with Future Camp. She’s a pretty nice person too.
We’re convinced Bruce is here for the after parties, but he’s pretty darn good at his job so we’ve decided to keep him.