Debbie Deer Productions (DDP) is a multimedia production company est. 2012, that is founded by Production and Marketing Director Debbie Deer.
We use cutting edge creativity and equipment to create, shoot, edit, and design for all your production needs. We will work with you from concept to final production to ensure that you achieve your video production and or design goals to get your brand noticed. DDP has worked with clients such as Aporia Records,TDSB (Toronto District School Board), WE DIG Web Series, CBC, CTAC (Canadian Treatment Action Council), Minicards Canada and Prism Events on various video productions, branding initiatives, graphic design, web design and theatrical campaigns. We are also proud to work with some of Toronto's top freelance videographers, lighting specialists, sound artists and web designers.
our work - creating and telling stories through art
In addition to providing multimedia production services, DDP showcases and promotes Debbie Deer's various artistic endeavours and projects within the media industry. Recently, Debbie Deer co-wrote and directed the critically acclaimed multimedia play 'New School' with executive producer Nicole Pena. 'New School' is an innovative play that challenges secondary students to examine if we are truly living in a post-racial era by discussing issues such as cultural appropriation, interracial relationships, racial profiling and sexuality. 'New School' was commissioned by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) to be showcased for African heritage Month 2015 and 2016 and has been performed in 16 schools for over 3,000 students. As a result of the success of 'New School', the TDSB made DDP an educational partner in 2016.
Debbie Deer is originally from Kingston Jamaica where she discovered her love of the production and performing arts in early childhood. As a super energetic child, Debbie was enrolled in several theatre, dance and visual arts programs. She eventually became 1st runner up Ms. Jamaica Universe which led to a career as a VJ and Asst. Producer for RETV (Jamaica's top entertainment channel). She went on to studying the Radio and TV Arts program at Ryerson University, minoring in Digital Media. Debbie has also produced and directed several music video, web series and theatrical productions including her own play 'Exmas' which ran at the Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in November 2013. Debbie recently directed Megan Hutton's play 'Euchred' which ran at the Alumnae theatre in September 2014 and is currently in the works of producing an food and culture mini-series for 2017.