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Robert Peace & Rolling Pictures – The Smart As Trees Podcast.

Adrian V 29 September 2021 1642 130 4

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Robert Peace & Rolling Pictures

In 2020, Robert Peace returned to the post production world to join Rolling Pictures in their Sault Ste Marie studio where he is Director of Community Relations and Community Productions.

Specialties: Creating video based tools for sales and marketing, recruiting and training. Internal and external business communications. Start to finish including strategic development.

Robert Peace is a graduate in Political Science and Psychology and a 35+ year veteran of communication and public relations. His communication and journalistic skills were honed in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as an Executive Assistant and Policy Adviser to a number of Government Ministers and Party Leaders. Robert went on to become the Director of Community Relations at Credit Valley Conservation.

Robert dealt with numerous local and provincial issues dealing directly with the public, media and all levels of government officials. Robert developed the first website amongst Conservation Authorities. He later produced and hosted a local television program focusing on Conservation efforts.  The show led Robert to begin filming segments and later he worked to film and produce a number of documentaries about water, watersheds and the Credit River that won International acclaim.

After 10 years at CVC Robert, was asked to become President of Optix Digital Post production in Toronto.

In 1999 Robert began his own Marketing and Communications business producing business to business marketing solutions, video tools for HR and training. Robert’s clients included Pricewaterhousecoopers, Proctor and Gamble, City of Mississauga, City of Brampton, Aurora, and Toronto, Barrick Gold, Hatch Engineering, Manufacturers Life, Ontario Association of the Deaf and numerous charitable organizations. He has travelled extensively covering International projects.

Running time: 48 minutes.


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