Eric is an acclaimed digital content creator, filmmaker and advertising creative director. He is a recipient of Business in Vancouver's "Top 40 Under 40" award.
He works across multiple communications platforms and is the Creator and Producer of a number of television programs. He is the Creator and Show Runner of the children’s program Scout & The Gumboot Kids, which airs on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Eric's entertainment work has been saluted by The David Suzuki Foundation and the UCLA Center for Social Impact. His advertising work has included online and traditional media and has earned multiple awards and honors in Canada and the United States.
Eric’s advertising credits include television and online video campaigns for the Carbon War Room, Sierra Club, Pew Environment Group, MGM Resorts, Maersk, AB Inbev, Coca Cola, the Internet Society and League of Conservation Voters.
With a broad background that includes advertising and journalism, Eric has developed a distinct and impactful visual and storytelling style. This creative style is the foundation as he directs Hogan Millar Media’s growth as a hybrid entertainment and advertising agency.
Eric is a member of the Foundation Board of Directors for Langara College.
Don is an award-winning writer and director who leads the development of HMM's entertainment projects. The Globe and Mail calls him an "advertising guru" known for his "creative magic."
An expert in climate and sustainability communications, his advertising clients have been leading brands such as Coca Cola, HSBC and MGM Resorts, as well NGOs including League of Conservation Voters, Pew Environment Group, Environmental Media Association and Sir Richard Branson's Carbon War Room.
Don is the writer and co-director of the climate change documentary Oil Slick and has written and directed film noir shorts including Off The Clock and Valentina's Choice.
He is a member of Vancouver Magazine's Power 50 list of influential citizens and provides strategic counsel to senior business and political leaders, including Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson.
Don was the founder of The Element Agency, acquired by FTI Consulting (NYSE: FCN) in 2011. He served as a Board member at Vancouver's Contemporary Art Gallery until 2016.
Bradley is an acclaimed TV and video producer, and a leader in building branded content and platforms. He has a prestigious background in the travel and fashion industries, as well as in widely saluted advocacy communications.
Working in the travel industry, Bradley built successful brand partnerships with corporations including Visa, and social media influencer programs with Hollywood actors, comedians, artists and designers. Bradley also served as General Manager at the iconic Australian fashion label Collette Dinnigan, helping lead the company into new activities in entertainment and travel.
Bradley was co-founder of The Element Agency, acquired by FTI Consulting (NYSE: FCN) in 2011. At Element, Bradley led national campaigns in the United States for organizations including Ted Turner's Nuclear Threat Initiative and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
His insights have aired globally on CNN Business Traveler and numerous magazines such as Vogue Italia, The Australian Financial Review and The Journal by Mr. Porter, where he also contributes content as a member of the Style Council.
Joe brings a range of production and post-production skills to his work. He produces entertainment, documentary and advertising projects at Hogan Millar Media.
Joe produced and edited the climate change documentary Oil Slick and has produced video and television content dealing with indigenous issues, addiction and the environment. At HMM, he has worked for clients that include the British Columbia Ministry of Health, the Aboriginal Business and Investment Council and the Canadian Red Cross.
Joe received a BFA in film production from Simon Fraser University.
Hogan Millar Media is currently developing and producing a slate of film, TV and digital entertainment properties.
Our current fictional and documentary projects focus on climate change, corporate fraud and politics.
Eric Hogan is the Co-Creator and Show Runner of Scout & The Gumboot Kids, a children's show endorsed by The David Suzuki Foundation and the UCLA Center for Social Impact.
Please contact Don Millar to learn more about these projects.
Our team has won awards for sustainability and issue focused campaigns on behalf of some of the world's most recognizable brands and most important NGOs.
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