KEYS Job Centre has been using the services of LeMay Media for video promotion projects for a number of years now. Innovative, responsive, thoughtful - just a few words to describe Matt and the work he has done for us. And as much as anything, it is a pure please to work with Matt – an amazing person.

Michael Harris - Executive Director Kingston Employment Youth Services

Welcome to LeMay Media & Consulting

We are storytellers that specialize in creating dynamic video content and communication strategies for our clients. *Notice* email change You can contact us via email at

Award Winning Educational Video and Documentary Film Production

  • Award winning documentaries
  • Aboriginal educational video
  • ​4K Aerial Video
  • Educational and corporate videos
  • Commericals for TV and web
  • Independent films & music videos

LeMay MEDIA & CONSULTING excels at multi-platform communications. We create dynamic video content for the internet, mobile platforms as well television and film. Content can be produced in English or French.

Up Coming Releases

We Aspire

We produced a series of TV commercials that focus on Métis youth success stories. The “We Aspire” commercials started airing on APTN Tuesday, September 13th and will air until November 6th 2016.

The Impact of Colonialism in Canada

We just finished working on a new mini documentary called The Impact of Colonialism in Canada. The video is geared for grade 7 and up and was released on September 12th (2016) via

LeMay Media has produced 4 new educational documentaries for the Spring of 2016. Learning About Treaties in Canada, The Métis in Canada, The History of Treaties in Canada and the award winning documentary Truth & Reconciliation. To purchase any of these titles please visit  We were honored to recieve the 2016 Rising Star Award from the Canadian Interational Film Festival (Vancouver) for our documentary Truth and Reconciliation. 

Filming over the East Coast Trail in Pouch Cove (NFLD) Aug 2016

This (Osieau Rock) was a sacred gathering place for the Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation for millennia along the Ottawa River. There are 77 ancient rock art paintings on the cliff face. The image was captured using a Phantom DJI drone. (Sept 2016)