Founder & Principal
After earning her Bachelor of Journalism degree at Carleton University, Ada started her career in media producing a national TV talk show. She then worked as a reporter in Vancouver where her reporting held politicians to account and sparked a ministry investigation. She has travelled across Canada and into the US to cover stories and elections. After moving into PR, Ada started working in Vancouver real estate where she discovered her passion for helping small business owners tell their stories.
Ada treats every business she works with as if it were her own, and her dedication shines through in every project. Ada writes a weekly column on City Living for 24 Hours Vancouver and appears regularly as a commentator on Roundhouse Radio. In her free time, she enjoys finding hidden beaches and unique Airbnbs.
Social Media Coordinator
Alex has always had a keen eye for creative visuals. Upon completing her Bachelor Degree in Communications at Capilano University and Digital Marketing courses at BCIT, she realized her true passion was PR. She has gained experience coordinating community events, volunteering as PR and sponsorship coordinator for non-profit organizations, and freelancing as a social media consultant. She understands the need to continuously innovate with the digital world and has a particular passion for connecting a company’s unique brand and story to the public through social media campaigns and strategies. You can find her at the hippest Vancouver coffee shops.
Photographer & Event Strategist
Juli’s interest in photography began when she inherited her grandfather’s old analog Pentax camera. She brought the camera, and bags of film, with her as she embarked in years of study that would take her around the world. The camera accompanied her to London, England where she studied physical theatre, to the forest in Sweden where she learned the art of Butoh dance performance, and again to an ashram tucked in the mountains of rural India to study yoga.
Apart from documenting the sites and experiences of her travels, Juli explored the ways that art and aesthetics blend in different cultural milieus. Since that time Juli has expanded her experience in photography by taking photos during her partner’s anthropological fieldwork in France and through classes at Emily Carr.