The Mile Inn Collective has celebrated its three-year anniversary since opening its Toronto office in 2016 and that celebration marked other exciting developments.
Mile Inn launched Monroe, a new photography production boutique in the creative heart of Toronto. Helmed by managing executive producer Scott Houghton, and head of sales & new business development Christina Bucci (previously Free Society).
Scott also recently became managing executive producer for Morrison Films, Monroe's sister company. Scott boasts a 20-year career in commercial advertising production, having been Head of Production at Steam Films, Spy Films and EP at Westside Studio before joining Morrison Films in 2018.
“What we want out of Monroe is a tight and talented roster covering the gamut of work we are seeing from our Clients," says Scott. “We aspire to keep a boutique sensibility, always create the best work possible and assemble a roster of great human beings!"
Monroe totes a growing roster of talented, award winning photographers that includes: Thomas Dagg, Jimmi Francoeur, Jason Gordon, Anukriti Goswami, Danielle Matar, Edward Pond, Eden Robbins, Jeremy Thompson, Hallie Tut, Clay Stang and Olivier Staub.
"Monroe strengthens our offer of a truly integrated production solution for our clients while keeping the promise of being ultra specialized in photography," says Yan Dal Santo, president of Mile Inn that also houses Popp Rok, 1One, Apollo Studio and Morrison Films. "Like with every boutique it's important for us that while being nimble and efficient we retain the core value of creating at the highest possible level of our craft."view more - Hires, Wins & Business