Kim Dempster, has put her unique signature on numerous media including commercials, music videos, inter-active and narrative film. She has always demonstrated a great range of emotion and connection with her audience.
Kim has an immense interest in the digital age and has spent the last few years developing Internet programming. She is excited about the possibilities, as both advertising and episodic television look to the future. One project she produced and wrote, “The Gods Of Park Avenue”, is an inter-active mini series for Procter & Gamble.
Always attracted to projects with a social conscience, most recently Kim teamed up with the NGO Freedom For All, to create an awareness campaign against human trafficking. The project is called “Stop The Nightmare” and portrays different individuals and their dreams on the night when they realize they have been taken into captivity. Whether it’s an adult laborer or a girl taken for sex trafficking, you are immediately transported to those visually arresting thoughts and invited to feel what it’s like to be trapped without a voice.
With an extensive body of work, both domestic and international, Kim has acquired a unique global perspective. She has directed countless television campaigns including Olay, Pantene, Estee Lauder, Tresemme, Redken, Crest, Sprite, Head & Shoulders, Wrigleys, Discover Card, Sunsilk, among many others.
Kim’s narrative films have been recognized at many film festivals including Sundance, Chicago Film Festival and Los Angeles Film Festival. “The Last Seduction” was picked up by Paramount and “Danny Irvine Always Has A Good Time” by A&E. Both films were given “Pick Of The Week” in the Los Angeles press.