The City of Brantford contacted Pynx Pro to produce a video as part of their Canada Day lineup of events in 2021. The video features “Junior Chef Showdown” season one winner, Audrey McKinnon, doing a cooking demonstration. Our Video Production team filmed for a full day and our video editing team took over to create this video. Pynx Pro also added closed captioning for the hearing impaired. It was a fun project to work on, especially due to the outgoing nature and talent of this young chef.
Cooking demonstration videos are a great addition to holiday events such as Canada Day because they add a fun and interactive element to the lineup of activities. They also provide an opportunity to showcase local talent and celebrate the food culture of the community.
Pynx Pro’s video production services are a valuable asset to city organizers looking to add this type of content to their events. With our team of experienced videographers and editors, we are equipped to handle the entire video production process, from filming to post-production. We can work with organizers to develop a concept that accurately represents the theme of the event and provides an engaging and entertaining experience for viewers.
In the case of the Junior Chef Showdown video, Pynx Pro was able to provide a full-day of filming, which allowed us to capture all the necessary footage to create a comprehensive video of the cooking demonstration. Our video editing team then took over to create a polished final product that showcases Audrey’s talent as a chef and provides an enjoyable experience for the viewer. Additionally, we added closed captioning to the video, making it accessible to a wider audience, including those with hearing impairments.
Cooking demonstration videos are a great addition to holiday events and Pynx Pro can help city organizers with video production by providing a comprehensive, high-quality video that accurately represents the theme of the event and provides an enjoyable experience for the viewers.