eightySix Interactive (May 2015 – Present)
Clients: Levine Sherkin Boussidan, Keek, Art-Kitect, Four Star Metal
Teehan+Lax (April 2011 – January 2015)
Clients: Bell, YogaGlo, Shipwire, SFX, Spotify
Montana Steele Advertising (April – August 2010)
Clients: Lanterra Developments, Reids Heritage Homes, Lifetime Developments, Ink Entertainment, 45 Charles Ltd., Edenshaw Homes
Nubrand (April – August 2009)
Clients: Wellington West, RBC
IWD Canada (April – August 2008)
Clients: Altus Group
LGG Media (April – August 2007)
Clients: The Discovery Channel, MSN, The Comedy Network, Bacardi
Clients: Accranada, Captain 1337, La Paysagiste, You’ve Changed Records
Rhyme With Orange Creative
Clients: Swiss Diamond Cookware, The Gourmet Burger Co.
Clients: Rob Ramsay (actor)
Bands: Yukon Blonde, Comeback Kid, Madison Violet, The Darcys, Hollerado, Rural Alberta Advantage etc.
Advanced Web Development
2010 – 2011
Western University / Fanshawe College
Media Theory and Production
2006 – 2010
St. Michael’s College School
2002 – 2006
While at Fanshawe I designed and developed a web application called iData. It’s used to archive, share and comment on statistical data like surveys, research and polls. I am proud to say I won an Applied Arts student award for the project.
I really enjoy music of the seventies and eighties, particularly country rock music. I also like some classic rock, folk, disco, jazz, classical and even some shoegaze. I play drums in a local band, The Flying Museum Band.
I like to read non-fiction, mainly cultural theory and philosophy. Some of my favorite authors are Peter Singer, Richard Dawkins, Malcolm Gladwell, Jeremy Rifkin, and Bill Bryson.
Most of the time I’m hanging out at coffee shops reading, drinking beer with my friends, rehearsing with my bands, or watching movies, hockey and football. I like walking around a lot and sometimes enjoy skiing in the Winter and playing tennis in the Spring and Summer.
RT @kevinseccia: The news has greatly overestimated my interest in what is happening at the Uber company.
@_Four_Horsemen Do you think Slate would publish this today? I'm glad they've kept it online but it seems off brand for them.
The beauty and novelty of @Twitter is the character limit. Not a fan of people using "Thread:" to give a fucking speech.