Sarah Mackenzie (she/her) is a Montreal-based director, producer, and journalist with a background in media and advertising. From documentary to commercial projects, Sarah has a decade’s worth of experience working with global brands, agencies, and production companies bringing campaigns and video projects to life.  

Most recently, she oversaw Canadian content production for Red Bull Media House, where she spearheaded multiple documentaries and all unscripted content, from the artist profile series Queued Up to  snowboard series Brothers McMorris, which aired on ESPN and the CBC.

Sarah is also a key collaborator of Impostor Cities, Canada’s official representation at the 2021 Venice Biennale in Architecture.

Specializing in storytelling within the realms of technology, culture, and social good, Sarah is constantly seeking new ways to innovate and bring stories to life onscreen. Sarah’s work has been featured in The New York Times, CBC Music, Pitchfork, HYPEBEAST, designboom, and more.
Past and present clients include Red Bull, CBC MusicMUTEK, Danone, ListenAsahi, eBayC2 Montreal, What’s Really Good Studios, T B A Architecture & Design, Daily tous les jours, Red Bull Music Academy, Outside Music, and more.

Sarah is currently working on a handful of documentaries in the culture space, with a docuseries in post-production called “The Big Sex Talk” for the CBC. 

She is available for freelance and work inquiries. 
Get in touch at hello@smackenzie.ca