Kim Dempster has put her signature on numerous media including commercials, music videos, inter-active and narrative film. She has always demonstrated a great range of emotion and connection with her audience. Always attracted to projects with a social conscience, most recently Kim teamed up with the NGO Freedom For All, to create an awareness campaign against human trafficking. The multi-media project is called “Stop the Nightmare” and portrays different individuals and their dreams the night when they realize they have been taken into captivity. She has been asked to speak about this project numerous times; most recently at The Standard Talks and TEDxFultonstreet.
With an extensive body of work, both domestic and international, Kim has acquired a unique global perspective. She has directed commercial campaigns for Pantene, L’Oreal, Estee Lauder, Olay, Discover Card, Cannon, Head & Shoulders, Secret, Evian and many more.
Her narrative films have been recognized at many film festivals. Her short films “The Last Seduction” & “Danny Irvine Always Has A Good Time” were picked up by Paramount and A&E.
In 2008 Kim directed “Marmalade” a feature film about two women aging out of the modeling industry and searching for a new life. This inspired her to return to narrative work and write and develop feature projects.www.kimdempster.com