FauxPop Media is a Canadian company providing high-end, professional media production services and consulting for educational, social media, marketing and advertising campaigns and more. From TV-ready, top-tier commercials to long-form film and video, web series and targeted media projects across multiple platforms, FauxPop crafts projects from concept to broadcast, no matter the screen size.
FauxPop Media’s best known project is Turtle Power: The Definitive History of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, released by Paramount Pictures, and which can be seen on Netflix. iTunes and HBO or purchased online and in stores wherever DVDs are sold.
Mark Hussey began creating short films as a teenager, which soon turned into experimenting with computer technology of every kind, producing music videos and event video along with studio and live music production. He’s applied his years of experience, technical wizardry and post-production skills to FauxPop Media as well as high profile projects for Discovery Channel, Wild TV, the UN Refugee Agency, Yahoo, the Canadian Land Mine Foundation and Paramount Pictures.
Randall Lobb is a writer/director, educator, storyteller and independent filmmaker. Having been paid to write in every form of media except tattoos, Lobb leverages his extensive knowledge of screenwriting, pop culture, education and building audience engagement on his own and through FauxPop Media. Past clients include Paramount Pictures, Walt Disney Pictures, The UN Refugee Agency, Yahoo!, the Canadian Land Mine Foundation, Wild TV, Google, Cartoon Network and more. Lobb also writes for, and collaborates with, director Patrick Boivin, but saves his best efforts for his dual role as an awesome dad and husband.