Two Story Productions is led by Tara Hungerford and Eric Hogan. Together we have a combined writing, directing and producing credit list of over 350 film and video projects.
We are visual storytellers; we strive to create meaningful and artistic motion picture content that educates, entertains and inspires. Our approach is to bring each project in on budget while delivering the highest production values to the screen. And for this reason our clients — be it network or corporate — keep coming back.
PROJECTS AIRED ON
UBC Sauder School of Business
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Hogan Millar Media
ZLC Financial Group
Red Cross, Red Crescent
ICBC & The Auto Plan Brokers
Vancouver Board of Parks & Rec
Black Hen Music
Tara is an accomplished filmmaker with a keen eye for combining aesthetics and story. Her writing, directing and producing work has earned her multiple Leo Awards and a Kodak Directing Spotlight Award. Recent credits include the multi-Leo Award winning documentary A Window Looking In (Knowledge Network), and Vancouver Whitecaps FC Skills & Drills video series (Bell/CTV).
She has a background in network television, having directed episodes of The Shopping Bags (The W Network), Life is Calling My Name (CMT), Making It Big (Slice Network), Seasons 1 & 2 of The Week The Women Went (CBC), Break a Leg, Rosie (Bravo!), and Wearing the Unknown (Bravo!).
She has directed music videos for artists including Jim Byrnes, Shane Yellowbird, Paperboys, The Deep Dark Woods and Steve Dawson.
Eric Hogan is an award-winning filmmaker (writer, director, producer) and advertising creative director.
Called “a hip YouTube mechanic” by CBC’s political commentator Rex Murphy, Eric’s advertising work has earned awards and honours in both Canada and the U.S. His advertising credits include television and online video campaigns for Environment America for Obama, Draft Al Gore, and Amnesty International.
Recent television credits include the multi-Leo Award winning documentary A Window Looking In (Knowledge), and The Vancouver Whitecaps FC Skills & Drills video series (Bell/CTV).
With a broad background that includes advertising and journalism, Eric Hogan has developed a distinct visual and storytelling style.
Go to www.hogancreative.com for a full list of Eric’s directing credits.