The roots of visual.pro go back to 1984 when Keith McKenzie and Darlene Mulligan founded Visual Productions, a fully equipped production facility aimed at delivering script to screen video production services for government and industry.  The company grew into a premier production facility in the heart of Winnipeg on St. Mary’s Road where they continued to serve all levels of government and industry for over 30 years.

Almost everything we produce today is destined for inclusion on social media sites. Large production facilities are no longer necessary in order to produce a quality program. Today our team collaborates on producing media from home studios. Our sets are on location. Our clients review their videos at their desk tops.

While our focus remains on television and video production services—live action and animated programming for broadcast and new media— we now offer social media—strategy, design, execution & monitoring for clients who need a media rich presence on the Internet.



 
We have an extensive library of video for licensing. Our love of photography means we are continually shooting video and still images for licensing to other producers and media creators so check back often to see updates on line.

We are currently represented by Getty Images and iStock—the global players in the high quality stock media industry.

Link to our portfolio at iStock or Getty Images.

 

AWARDS

Our team has proven time and again our superior ability to focus and reach the target group successfully.  Working on a wide variety of multimedia platforms including Broadcast, DVD, Interactive and Social Media, we have been recognized for our work.

visual.pro has received numerous nominations and awards including a CAMA (Canadian Agriculture Marketing Awards), two Manitoba Blizzard Awards (Film & Video Awards), multiple nominations as well as an award at the International Film & Video Festival in Yorkton Sask., two Manitoba Signature Awards (Commercial Production), a Columbine Award from Bolder Colorado, USA, and an Aboriginal Dreamspeakers Award in Edmonton Alberta.

 

Best of Show: Advertising Vehicles – Canola Council of Canada: Market Stories
Video or DVD targeted to external audiences: Canola Council: Market Stories – Japan


Two Summit Awards for an interactive safety DVDs. The Summit Awards is a USA based creative competition with submissions from more than 50 countries on five continents.

17 nominations and two wins for corporate and educational production at the Manitoba Blizzard Awards.
6 Nominations, one winner for Photography, and one winner for Production at the Yorkton International Film & Video Festival.