Words. As a journalist, Ken learned a few. Now he puts them together to help clients tell their stories.
Patti loves when things go wrong. Because she loves the challenge of finding the perfect creative solution…and then trying to make it a little bit better.
Greg is a pioneer. Not the old-timey kind. The kind who started Saskatchewan’s first digital agency and brings new technology to old places. When there is a path to explore, Greg wants on it.
Branding to boardroom strategies. If there is a dream to be realized or a war to be waged, Jason has the proper mix of experience and evil genius to help make it happen.
An Indigenous business leader with a 20-year career in the resource industry Sean knows the literal and figurative roads that lead to stronger ties between corporations, communities, Indigenous and non-Indigenous partners.
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The former CEO of Pinehouse Business North brings business school smarts, boreal forest savvy and executive experience in communications, business and labour-force development and community consultation.
Carmel says she learned integrated media planning and purchasing through “trial by fire” (we like fiery thinking). Over more than 20 years, she’s mastered messaging through paper and pixel, on-air and online, in real time.
What are you saying? Who are you saying it to? What do you want them to do? No matter the medium, with Michael it’s all about words that serve a purpose – your purpose.
Start with blue-sky creativity. Massage into a plan. Create milestones marking steps to fruition. Over more than 20 years, Bonnie’s learned to wield a formidable spreadsheet to keep cats running in the same direction.
Jamie wrote the book on duty to consult. Literally. Published in 2015, Jamie’s legal opinion on this area is the go-to manual for relationships in the resource sector.
The plan was to keep Bill’s big brain in a bell jar on his desk when he retired. For now, we’re letting him keep it at his home in Victoria. But we still get to use it when we need it.
The Controller of the out-of-control. Norma brings the discipline and sensibilities of a chartered accountant to a creative firm, keeping deadlines and budgets in order.
Speak softly and carry a big idea. That’s Randy. He’s part designer, part writer and all about creative solutions for clients.
After a decade designing for some of Canada’s largest companies in Toronto, Elisa returned to Saskatoon. She’s a little bit Bay Street and a little bit Broadway Avenue – the right mix of high style and prairie roots to fit our clients.
Trevor’s mouse moves effortlessly between printed pages and web pages, creating award-winning designs across the print-to-digital spectrum.
Penny’s passion is taking creative files and making them sing. Her deep knowledge of colour theory and file prep ensure vibrant design and crisp typography pop from page and screen.
Creativity meets technology. Shaynne combines analytical thinking with creative problem solving to ensure clients get digital solutions that look great and meet their business goals.
Errol works where image, marketing and social media intersect. A member of Beardy’s and Okemasis First Nation, he listens closely to spark forth ideas based on client culture and goals, then chooses tools, channels and analytics to deliver results.
Brenda is the safe haven in a swirl of multiple projects and approaching deadlines. As part of our account services team, she helps keep order for our clients and our company.
If you want to know what’s going on at Creative Fire, ask Amanda. From the front desk to the back parking lot, Amanda is on top of everything that comes and goes.
As political studies student, round dance singer and summer intern at Creative Fire, Dallas sees the power of words. With his practical experience at Creative Fire, he plans to develop relationships nationally and provincially to connect them with his home community of Waterhen Lake First Nation.