We craft cathartic and powerful experiences

Through activating our expertise, creative work and the remarkable stories of our community

Let’s change the picture of mental health

We will create or elevate your campaigns and help exceed your goals
Impactful Ideas

Our team is experienced in creating international campaigns with talents in marketing, design and more.

Unique Expertise

Our specific set of expertise is becoming more relevant in helping work through global mental health issues.

Powered By Community

Tap into our global community of people with remarkable stories and so much talent while giving back.


Help support our mission and community members, while you elevate your marketing and campaigns.

We pay all community contributors fair rates on every project and only ever share stories with their express permission.

LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics


Awards & Mentions
  • • Hundreds of stories shared
  • • Raised $36,500 for charity
  • • Live on King 5 News Seattle
  • • Campaign Strategy
  • • Wall Mural
  • • Interactive Art Installation

#EraseBullying Campaign

Entirely our campaign concept based on an early story of The One Project by Bryce Evans that included our creative work being used across 200 stores in North America. Thousands of people took part in the interactive art installation on store windows and shared their stories around bullying. It was the first ethical campaign unanimously approved by board, plus both a customer and staff favourite for their ethical campaigns. Also the first ever campaign to be run in the Middle East (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait & Lebanon) by LUSH.

How The Project Was Received

“Bryce’s insight and ability to develop inspiring campaigns that engage people on a deep level is truly a gift. We worked with Bryce in 2013 on our anti-bullying ethical campaign and his Erase Bullying concept proved to be one of our most memorable and powerful campaigns. The core of his work contains so much foresight into people allowing them to better themselves and create a better world around them. At LUSH, we believe in meaning beyond marketing and if you look through the related posts and stories submitted by our customers across North America you will understand the meaning instilled in Bryce’s work.”

Tricia StevensNorth America Charitable Givings Manager, LUSH Cosmetics North America
Healthline & Teva

2017 – 2019

Key Achievements
  • • 1000’s of comments on social
  • • Highly shared across social
  • • Significantly lower bounce rate
  • • Blog posts and articles
  • • Guest speaker at conference
  • • Community story contributions

Life Effects, contributing expertise with articles

Healthline reached out to us to contribute two articles at the end of 2017 for testing a new project and the posts exceeded all goals and standard metrics leading to an extension throughout 2018 with Teva and their Life Effects program. We were sent to Miami to speak at the 8th Global Patients Congress 2018 as part of this project.


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How The Project Was Received

“The articles you wrote made a big impact with readers -- we received hundreds of comments on social, and the articles exceeded all of our performance goals. Thank you for sharing your stories and insights!”

Erin PetersonEditorial Director, Content Marketing at Healthline


Facebook Video Stats
  • • 1.6k reactions
  • • Short Documentary involving community in Vancouver

Short Documentary, what it’s like treating depression and anxiety through therapeutic photography

As a part of their new Common Good series and in association with My Giving Moment, we worked with VICE to produce a short documentary about our community and the photo walks we ran called #Storymeet.

Watch the film

PhotoEd Magazine


  • • 500-750 word article
  • • Story contributions from 8 community members

Photography and Healing

We were contacted by Rita to work on and contribute an article for the upcoming “Photography and Healing” issue for PhotoEd, which was due to be released Spring 2020. Our community was notified and eight members helped to contribute their stories and photos, which was published alongside both a print and digital extended version of the article speaking to therapeutic photography and our community.

How The Project Was Received

“"PhotoED Magazine worked with Bryce and his team to share a few of the stories from The One Project, in a very special "Photography and Healing" edition. We wanted to find a way to introduce the idea that photography can be a process of communication for sharing emotions that words can not convey. Coordinated by Bryce and his team, The One Project community members kindly shared their images and stories with us. We wanted to introduce The One Project to our readers as they are already photography lovers, but perhaps didn't know about the platform/ supportive environment that The One Project community has established. It's just such a great resource for non-judgemental emotional support that allows contributors the freedom to speak, find connection, and be understood using visual language, regardless of their level of experience with photography. Huge congrats to Bryce and his team for what they have been able to accomplish!"”

Rita GodlevskisEditor/ Publisher PhotoED Magazine


  • • 500-750 word article
  • • Story contributions from 5 community members

Il Bollettino

We were contacted by Alessandro from acrobatik to work on and contribute an article for the upcoming Il Bollettino issue for Generali, which was due soon. Our community was notified and five members helped to contribute their stories and photos, which was published alongside an article speaking to the themes of trust.

How The Project Was Received

“"This issue of the Company Magazine talks about TRUST as a positive instrument for society growth. Among several articles about business, society and technology, the work by Bryce Evans and all the participants of The One Project brings an amazing sensibility, which have touched everyone, both from the staff and the readership. The lesson of the One Project is that trust in people and the surrounding environment help us to trust in ourselves and in the future."”

Alessandro CargnelliProject & Content Manager

“Just letting you know that I recieved my hard copy of the magazine. It was a buzz to be included in your venture and definitely gave me much needed confidence to go for projects I have been self sabotaging myself with, due to lack of believe and confidence with myself. Thank you for the opportunity once again. It was a honour.”

Jenny PawlikContributing Member of The One Project

Let’s change the picture of mental health together!