SKOOKUM Music Festival - Brandlive

Photo Credit:  Intergalactic Agency

Photo Credit: Intergalactic Agency

As a contractor for Intergalactic Agency, I worked with Brandlive and Will Creative to create both a teaser site and the full website for Vancouver's newest music festival, the SKOOKUM Music Festival.  This end-of-summer festival in Stanley Park promises to be a wildly civilized weekend of music, creativity and culinary excellence.  The teaser site was designed to create buzz around the event, whereas the full site provides bios of all artists, schedule details, ticketing information and so much more.  The client had full control over the page layout and content made possible by a fully customizable content management system.

You can read Intergalactic's full case study here.


Cannabis Updates - BC Liquor

As a contractor for Intergalactic, I worked with the BC Liquor Distribution Branch to create a website to keep suppliers, retailers and the general public informed as the province of BC transitions towards the legalization of non-medical cannabis.  

In addition to the front-end website, we designed and built a content management system, which gave the client the opportunity to adjust the layout, navigation structure and content as the transition plan evolved and more details were provided by the province of BC.  This approach allowed the client to provide real-time updates on the website, provide documents for download and adjust the FAQ sections to better address the most common questions they received through the online form submission.

Photo Credit:  BCLDB

Photo Credit: BCLDB


Bordeaux Release Mobile App - BC Liquor

Photo Credit:  Intergalactic Agency

Photo Credit: Intergalactic Agency

As a contractor for Intergalactic, I worked with the BC Liquor Distribution Branch to create a mobile app to support the release of the 2014 Bordeaux vintage.  The app allowed customers to create lists of favourite wines and determine how much stock was available at each of the 16 stores participating in the popular event. There was also an in-store screen which scrolled through the store's inventory and updated availability in real-time.  

You can read Intergalactic's full case study here.


Start an Evolution - University of British Columbia

Photo credit:  SEGD

Photo credit: SEGD

While working for NGX Interactive, I collaborated with PUBLIC: Architecture + Communication on the ideation and creative concept phase of a donor recognition project for the University of British Columbia.  My role on this project was to provide guidance on how to make a donor recognition piece interactive and engaging while paying tribute to the donors for their generous contributions.

This installation went on to win two awards: The SEGD Global Design – Merit Award and the
Applied Arts Media – EGD Award. 


Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car - Science World at Telus World of Science

Photo credit:  NGX Interactive

Photo credit: NGX Interactive

As a project manager at NGX Interactive, I produced and managed an interactive driving game for Science World at Telus World of Science in Vancouver.

The experience puts the visitor in the driver's seat of a Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicle while learning about this viable alternative fuel.

This exhibit went on to win a Summit Emerging Media Award - the Innovator Award (2nd place) in the category of Education.


Creatures of the Deep - Dinosaurs Unearthed

While working at NGX interactive, I produced and managed a series of 3 exhibits for Dinosaurs Unearthed's new Creatures of the Deep travelling exhibit, which debuted at SeaWorld Gold Coast in 2015.

The interactive exhibits allow visitors to explore the depths of the ocean and get a closer look at some of the most amazing creatures known to man.

Photo Credit:  NGX Interactive

Photo Credit: NGX Interactive


Recycling Game and Ice Floor Projection- Telus World of Science Edmonton

Photo credit:  NGX Interactive

Photo credit: NGX Interactive

While working for NGX Interactive, I managed two digital exhibits for a new environment gallery at Telus World of Science Edmonton.  One exhibit was an interactive floor projection where the visitor experiences what life is like for a polar bear hopping between shrinking ice floes to stay alive. The other was an interactive recycling game that teaches visitors what objects can be recycled, and how they can be re-purposed into new products after being recycled.

The environment gallery went on to win the Best Exhibit or Show - Large Institution 2013 CASCADE, awarded by the Canadian Association of Science Centers.