This campaign site and social media content is funded by a group of lower Sunshine Coast business leaders and created by a local team of designers, writers, and web developers. The group came together to share the story of why they love living here on the coast in the hopes that other people who connect with the values of the coast and are looking for a lifestyle change might like to join us. Here is a video telling the story behind the campaign.
During the project we connected with many amazing people who share this same passion for life on the Sunshine Coast and freely contributed their work and ideas to help shape this locally supported campaign.
shíshálh Nation thanks to Candace Campo for the welcome video
Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives thanks to Matthew Lovegrove, Curator/Manager for writing the historical stories and arranging permission for use of the historical images: Frank Sully, photograph #1289 courtesy of the Sunshine Coast Museum & Archives. The Konishi Family, photograph courtesy of the Sechelt Archives 6.7.148
Deer Crossing the Art Farm kudos to Chad Hershler for sourcing images of the performance artists
Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce thanks to Donna McMahon for creating connections in the community
Coast Car Co-op thanks to Johan Stroman for contributed car co-op images and story
Thanks to our professional photographers for generously allowing use of their work.
Greg Eymundson, insight-photography.com for shooting and contributing all of the aerial imagery of the Sunshine Coast.
Tom Sheldon for the amazing underwater dive photos
Grant Simmons with The Coast Sign and Print for Synchronicity Festival images: Car crash for Amelia, Keely for Amelia
Here is a quick video we made to share the story behind this idea.