I’ve put together a cross section of my work to illustrate the diversity of the projects I am so proud to have either led or contributed to as a team member.
ALBERTA INNOVATORS, AN ANNUAL PUBLICATION BY THE CONSULTING ENGINEERS OF ALBERTA
In the digital age of constant communication, clear expectations up front and contact throughout the project make for positive client/consultant relationships.
ATB WELCOMES CUTTING-EDGE IDEAS FROM INNOVATIVE ENTREPRENEURS. CALGARY HERALD AND POSTMEDIA
In a world where banking professionals often shift uncomfortably in their seats as potential clients use terms and phrases like “tech startup” or “intangible assets,” ATB team members lean in. PHOTO BY WIL ANDRUSCHAK
PATHWAYS: SYNCRUDE CANADA'S ANNUAL ABORIGINAL REVIEW
The stories in Pathways reflect the six key commitment areas that are the focus of Syncrude’s Aboriginal Relations program. These include: Business Development, Community Development, Education and Training, Employment, the Environment and Corporate Leadership. As a representation of Syncrude's ongoing commitment to work with the local First Nations and Métis communities to create and share opportunity, Pathways is an initiative meant to foster dialogue and celebrate shared achievements.
TRADES ALBERTA, A PARTNERSHIP WITH THE EDMONTON JOURNAL AND POSTMEDIA
I was part of this series spanning several years exploring opportunities for the next generation in the trades. PHOTO BY JENN PIERCE
REJUVENATING DOWNTOWN, BOMA
Calgary’s Greater Downtown Plan looks to entice both business and residents into the city’s core
ABORIGINAL YOUTH, THE UNTAPPED POOL OF TALENT, EDMONTON JOURNAL
They are young, bright, hardworking and represent a community of youth that is perhaps one of the single greatest potential resources for skills and talent that exist in the country.
THEATRE CALGARY BRINGS NEW WORKS TO THE STAGE, CALGARY HERALD
Theatre Calgary artistic director Stafford Arima says the balance of traditional productions and new works will keep the arts community in Calgary lively and engaged.
CALGARY POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS FERTILE GROUND FOR ENTREPRENEURS, CALGARY HERALD
Paul Shumlich, a fourth-year business student at Mount Royal University, is co-founder of Deepwater Farms, a business that uses aquaponic technology to bring fresh, organic food to market in Calgary year-round by growing fish and plants underwater. The three founders of the company are all post-secondary students in the city.