With over 20 years of design experience combined with an intimate understanding of the creative process, Mark successfully effectuates the goal of his clients to cross the finish line and stand on the podium.
Mark graduated from Seneca College’s Graphic Design program in Toronto Ontario. He was hired as a junior designer at Hangar 13 Art & Design in Ottawa. He quickly built a reputation with the studio and their clients for cutting-edge design and top-notch client service. Mark understood quickly as a designer, that the client is a most important voice in the design process. This afforded him the promotion to senior designer and eventually to production manager. Mark worked alongside clients in Fortune 500 companies including the Royal Bank of Canada, Xerox and Bell Mobility.
In Whitehorse, Yukon at Aasman Brand Communication Mark was employed as a Production Designer. In his position with this studio his clients included Yukon Energy and Yukon Tourism.
Mark found his next creative home at Outside The Cube. Mark thrived in the dynamic, on-your-toes work environment. His 20-plus years in his profession afforded him the capability to understand and generate attention to detail and a formidable level of competence.
While at OTC, Mark was involved in design decisions for many long standing SME and government clients. He has completed impressive online and print design work for Chukka Caribbean, print advertising for the Canadian Ski Patrol, promotional materials for the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council.
Most recently, Mark has been picked up by Animikii Inc. Animikii is a web-services company building custom software, web-applications and websites. I am working with leading Indigenous groups across North America by leveraging technology for social, economic and cultural initiatives. As a 100% Indigenous-owned technology company I work with clients to implement solutions that amplify these efforts and achieve better outcomes for Indigenous people in these areas. Animikii is based in British Columbia on Coast Salish territory and we work everywhere.