I'm an entrepreneur and marketeer with digital technologies in focus. I am also an artist, a father, a husband, a tabletop gamer and an all around curious creature. Today, as the Head of Digital Interactives & AV at the Canadian Museum of History and the Canadian War Museum, my team is tasked to innovate, design, develop, deploy and support the Museums’ overall digital experience with audio, video and interactive installations. [ learn more about me ]
What do I have to offer?
Here's how I can help your business, brand or event.
Digital Strategy / Transformation
Brand Strategy / Development
Entrepreneur / Startup Mentoring
Digitally Enhanced Experience
Game Design / Gamification
Product Design / Development
What I've done?
Besides the hundreds of client delivered projects, below are a few of my own businesses, products and events that I've been able to unleash in the world!
As we get older (and wiser) our view on life is much more open to the possibility that it's not at all what we thought it was all about. The past few years have brought on an epiphany of conscious realizations that shifted most if not all my life goals and principles. Here's a few I am now striving to live by today:
While minimalism tends to define art, music, design or architecture, a minimalism lifestyle defines the practice of simple, frugal living. I strive to make personal choices and beliefs about consumerism, the pace of life, and the value of having less - less money, less "stuff", less distractions, less stress. Minimalism states that anything above or beyond necessity is wasteful, distracting, and creates disharmony in one's self, relationships, and society.
This is a hard one for me, being a workaholic. But I'm working hard in getting this right by proper prioritizing between "work" (career and ambition) and "lifestyle" (health, pleasure, leisure, family and spiritual development/meditation).
6 Rs of sustainability: reinvent/rethink, refuse, reduce, reuse/repair, recycle, replace/rebuy. Limit the amount of packaged goods. Being conscious of the whole of the supply chain of products we consume: from basic function, to marketing, and then through to end of life and rebirth. + rethink the use of plastic.
Looking to build a fully sustainable home for a more healthy, efficient, and sustainable living. Taking on the following principles: Optimizing use of the sun, improving indoor air quality, using the land responsibly, creating high-performance and moisture-resistant, and wisely using the Earth’s natural resources.