Future Camp is an award-winning production agency that specializes in creating ground breaking content with purpose. We like to think of ourselves as “creative do-gooders”. 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. We collaborate with advertising agencies as well as direct-to-client. We curate strategic partnerships between global brands and non-profit causes and organizations. We do it because we love it. We do it because we believe together we can help spread positive behavioral change while simultaneously increasing brand awareness.
Although Future Camp’s bread & butter lies in ideation and execution, we understand components such as research and distribution play major roles in the success of our creations – which is why we’ve maintained strategic relationships with a handful of like-minded companies that focus solely on that.
Together we can bring a project or a campaign from initial research through ideation, execution, distribution and eventually performance analysis.
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 utilizing our creative community to match award-winning talent with clients and projects that are right for them and most importantly, right for you. 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.