For the last two decades, Blaine has worked at the intersection of business, innovation, and creativity. In successive positions at DDB, Ogilvy and TAXI, Blaine led projects for clients including Destination Canada, IBM and Johnson & Johnson.
As Managing Director and Co-Founder of Dot Dot Dash, she has been responsible for developing marketing and creative content strategies for clients like Patagonia, Greenpeace, Gymnastics Canada and Toronto Global. The studio's work is focussed on producing world-class creative that delivers attraction by leveraging the power of creativity.
Pamela is a Strategist with deep experience in creating initiatives that generate material social change and profitability. Pamela has forged a practice that connects brand, purpose, business operations and audience experience so that your company is experienced as trustworthy and believable. Having worked with large financial institutions, food and beverage, and health care organizations, Pamela’s work is focused on making it easy to probe the challenging questions, creating business and social solutions that create magnetism.
Michael is a creative thinker and idea generator. As an entrepreneur, consultant, strategist and advertising executive, Michael has spent the last 20+ years asking 'why?' and 'why not?' in a diverse array of B2B, B2C and G2C markets. His work is focused on brand and business strategy, communication planning, creative ideation and market research.
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Jason van Bruggen is a film director, photographer, adventurer and activist. His immersive storytelling is full of beauty, substance and a clear appreciation for the natural world.
His long and diverse list of clients includes Destination Canada, Patagonia, NASA, KLM, BC Hydro, Canada Goose, Arc’teryx, Parks Canada, AllState, Ontario Medical Association, Aveda, 3M, NHL and the Bank of Montreal. His work as a visual storyteller has been profiled by Outside Magazine, National Geographic, Flyfish Journal, Communication Arts, Applied Arts, Photo District News and his photographs have been published in New York Times, the Globe and Mail, Architectural Digest and many other publications. Jason has a Masters Degree in History and is a Fellow International of the Explorers Club and a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society. He has travelled and worked in over 100 countries, including some of the most remote and austere locations on the planet.
Joel discovered his passion for visual communication while living in small town in the Yukon Territory. He was awarded workshop scholarships by the World Press Photo Organization and the Boreal Collective for a series of photographs he produced during his time there. Subsequently, he attended Ryerson University where he studied photography and fine art. He approaches editorial and commercial work from the perspective of a storyteller and his portrait, travel, adventure and lifestyle work attest to his curiosity about the world and his interests in people, healthy living, creativity, history and environmental responsibility. He was the recipient of an Emerging Photographer Award at the 2018 Palm Springs Photo Festival.