You may not realize this, but you’ve just hit up Image Propeller Studios’ blog. It’s a helluva fine place, to be quite honest, and it’s only going to get better. Here you will find updates on our industry, philosophical musings on art and culture, great pics and video clips, and of course plenty of studio news.

However, before we get to all that, why don’t we introduce ourselves first? We are a wife and husband team, Sandra and Harry Tournemille, and we’re located in gorgeous Port Dalhousie, Ontario – right smack in the Niagara region. Our work is global, of course, but this is where we call home and we kinda like it.

Who are we?

Sandra is an award-winning animation graduate of the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, B.C., and has over a decade of industry experience in 3D graphic arts. She has worked as a senior artist and lighter for video game studios such as Electronic Arts and Ubisoft, and her work has been sought after by global companies like music concert titans Live Nation. Sandra’s reputation precedes her – as she combines her skills and timing to deliver high end work for hectic corporate schedules.


Harry is a published author and screenwriter with a broad scope of experience from web content to magazine articles to television. His fiction has been found in some of Canada’s premiere literary magazines, anthologies, and the award-winning television series GetConnected on the Business News Network. His goal is to help companies present quality written content to help their online presence.

Why are we here?

We’re here because we know how important it is for companies to creatively get their brand and information out into the virtual world. We know this can be a time consuming effort, and the quality of content out there is highly irregular. We can change that. Our talents and desire can make your ideas take flight, and do so in a meaningful, artistic manner. This is what we do.

So, stick around. Check out our site and services. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Get on our blog list. We’re here for the long haul and we’d love to have you aboard