June 3, 2015

In addition to our films and storytelling workshops, we also help people prepare for media interviews–everything from a “hot seat” news interview, to a cooking demo for lifestyle television. While the message is key, the voice delivering it plays a very large role in how listeners and viewers receive it.  Here are a few easy tips on getting the best out of your voice, from a blog post I wrote for the Women’s Enterprise Centre: Finding-Your-On-Air-Voice

ReelYou is here

November 6, 2014

We’re thrilled to introduce ReelYou to the Living Legacy Project family.

ReelYou marks a revolution in personal branding, a custom made online film of a minute or less, that shows what matters to you, what you do and why you do it–in short, all the things that make you different and unique. Best of all, your ReelYou film opens with  just one click from your email signature, website, Linked In, or any of your social media profiles. To find out more about creating your own distinctive online identity, > click here



April 25, 2014

Our clients are the best kind of people. They care not only about their own future generations, but about the society which they’ll inhabit. For them, and the causes they support, Living Legacy Project has created a new tool, The Donor, a 3-4 minute film that is a Triple Win for the donor, the beneficiary, and the community it serves.  Part testimonial, part profile, this Call to Action is an engaging, cost-effective, and inspiring hybrid, unlike anything that’s been seen before in the fundraising landscape.


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Living Legacy Project in the News

April 1, 2014

Taste of Life

Recently, Patricia was interviewed by Taste of Life, a bi-lingual English/Chinese magazine dedicated to arts, culture, and the finer things in life. The Canadian publication is distributed to select households in Vancouver and Toronto. Read the article here: Read more

Living Legacy Launched!

April 2, 2011

Roberta Lando Beiser Photo

Some 70 friends, and friends-of-friends, gathered for the February 9 launch event, at the historic and art-filled Shaughnessy home of art patron, philanthropist, and friend, Roberta Lando Beiser. The theme of the evening was sharing stories, which included some very poignant photos and tributes brought by guests of their loved ones. Read more

Because no two lives are the same, every Living Legacy film is a custom creation. Tell us about your goals and we'll help you realize them, beautifully.


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