Team and Careers
Team and Careers
Colin has been president of one thing or another since he was 11. From his lemonade stand to his teams of technicians to his side of the table at Christmas parties, he likes being president. Period. That drive is probably what gave him the confidence to build a small team (of which he’s president) and quintuple his sales in just two years.
Alex is a master of straight talk. In fact, if you don’t like hearing the truth, you may not take to Alex. On the other hand, that’s probably the quality that explains why, every year, dozens of companies rely on him to develop their campaigns and plan their events. It’s easy to see Alex has a good head on his shoulders—it positively gleams!
When Frédérique takes on a project, the first step is to ensure that everyone is up to the standard of her organizational skills and sense of priorities. She’s the kind of woman who, in just a couple of weeks, will know more about you than you do yourself. She manages our video production, and from near or far, pretty much anything that can be managed. And for that we are deeply grateful.
Hold onto your hat: Sacha belongs to that rare class of young professionals who know what they’re talking about. Up to date on just about everything, he finds time to devour a book a day to get a solid grounding in the concepts he presents to agency clients. Unlike some who are content with creating beautiful things, Sacha creates beautiful things that are also precise, strategic and functional. Your mission when it comes to Sacha: Be on top of things in your field, because he certainly will be in his.
Unconventional in every respect, Dominic still hasn’t quite grasped the limits of our society. He likes to explore them by deliberately (or accidentally) causing public discomfort that forces people to adopt a new point of view. Unlike some, he can tell the difference between efficiency and bullshit. That’s all it took to persuade us to put him at the head of our creative army.
It seems that every self-respecting agency has someone from France on their team. Not to boast or anything, but we snagged the best. Justine is a super marathoner, and she applies the same discipline and dedication to every project she manages. Don’t be fooled by her cute little accent. She has a real French personality, and that’s good for all our clients, because nothing goes out until Madame is happy with it. And Madame has very high standards.
She’s our multitasking queen. Imagine for a second that the client-agency relationship is a long flight. Christine plays the role of the pilot, the flight attendant and the engines on each side. Not only will she make sure your beverage is at perfect temperature, she’ll also avoid any zone of turbulence thanks to her flawless tact. Be warned: she loves mixing up expressions.
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At first glance, he looks like the kind of biker who’d run over a litter of kittens without a backward glance, but deep down, he’s our sensitive artist. He just rides a Harley. Illustration, design, screen printing—the guy can handle just about anything. What’s important is talent and vision, never mind the tool you’re using. A family really suits you, Rémi.
He’s the creative padre in our office. You see Rémi over there? Jo was changing his diapers when he started. His brain works like an artist and an engineer; there’s probably only MacGyver to understand how he thinks. Moreover, his daughter’s still not convinced that it’s for her he buys so much Lego.
David is a quiet force at Orkestra. From within a loud and talkative team, he rises above the fray like a shining knight and hits the mark every time, especially in his innovative concepts for corporate branding. Actually, it’s almost as if your handyman uncle and your artist cousin were one and the same person.
At first glance, Maxime will give you the impression that she is just out of school. But she will quickly teach you that appearances are deceiving! She dedicates herself to her work with a maturity and creativity that quickly make you forget that she only recently got her driver’s licence. Passionate, you say? Put your devices in airplane mode, because she’s liable to send you creative flashes at all hours of the day or night. In fact, the only thing that will calm her down is an episode of Occupation Double.
Winner of the 2018 Camp, Camille stands out for her contagious energy. She never needs coffee, does as much sport as an Olympian and delivers quality creations in industrial quantity. You just have to bring her back to Earth a few times, but for a creative, it's far from being a defect.
Poet, painter, illustrator, graphic designer... Let’s just say that Mikael collects disciplines at the same pace as he adds candles to his birthday cake. While you were scribbling shapes in your notebooks, Mikael was finishing a comic strip featuring the teacher and the pages to be studied for the exam. This is hardly an exaggeration.
It doesn’t take long for people who don’t know Jeannine to embrace her (usually figuratively). A young artist of outstanding talent, at our agency she focuses on environmental design. She has the amazing ability to transform a warehouse into Disneyland, using two or three lights and a half-pint container of milk ... so imagine what she can do in a real work context. Jeannine is sure to surprise you, for many reasons.
Maxime is our multi-talented director and is the equivalent of a Bruce Willis running towards explosions when it’s time to solve problems. In short, we didn't take long to go and offer him a after the 2019 Camp. You want him on your set because he’ll probably teach you how to solve a Rubik’s Cube between two shots.
Walid is a one-man film crew. At the age of 12, he played all the roles in his first productions. You may think that's cute, but we prefer to think it’s made him who he is today, because videographers who manage both editing and scripting are like that one hundred dollar bill you found in the pocket of an old coat.. You don't have to tell Walid what to do: he finds the solution to situations before you even see them coming. Sometimes it's even scary.
You might want to take notes. When Gaëlle applied for a job with us, there was no vacancy. She just thought she would make a good fit. So we called her and ended up creating a job for her. A kind of hybrid between video and events. What we needed was someone who could remember, literally, everything. Your grandparents’ names, the ingredients of a pound cake, the capital of Myanmar - her memory knows no bounds. And when you're juggling a series of projects at the same time, she's a serious asset to have in your team.
Once in a while, if you’re lucky, you run into a person with talent beyond their years. Andréane is in that prestigious category. You know how it is when you meet someone, and five minutes later you already trust them enough to lend them your cottage? Well, that’s why we’re confident about putting you in her hands.
If you want to take Juliette out of her comfort zone, you're gonna have to exile yourself to a temple in Tibet for two or three years to be ready . We didn't even manage to shake her during the 2019 Orkestra Camp, which gives you an idea of why we seeked her out. Juliette is a mix between playing the piano on a rainy Sunday afternoon and sprinting with Remember the Name blaring in your ears. Above all, she's a real Swiss Army knife that you can drop on each of your mandates to make sure everyone is at attention.
THE ultimate event girl. She practically played every possible role in one, and she’s not even thirty yet. Her neighbours still aren’t convinced that she’s not an AirBnB renter, as she’s rarely home. Where there’s fun, she’ll be there. That’s precisely why she’s perfect for her job.
Cyclist, hockey player, golf lover and even a boat captain...it would be easy to assume we know his character, but when we learn that he spent three nights caring for an injured squirrel that he brought home, we quickly change our minds about his sensitivity and devotion. On his resume we noticed that he knows a lot about event management, radio and artist representation. With experience from all over the place, our Jo is especially efficient at putting out fires wherever he goes because he lives on a solution-driven livestyle all year long.
Natalie Ann is the Cartesian of the gang; a real pro at targeting inconsistencies. It is said that her brain solves problems even when she’s fast asleep. Leave her in a quiet spot and she’ll decipher the Enigma code in less than a day. There’s a reason she’s called "ISO": nothing, absolutely nothing escapes her eagle vision.
You have to get up early to put one over on Chantale. Amidst our motley crew, she’s a solid and reassuring quasi-maternal presence. She ensures that everything is done according to the rules of our art. Yes, art … because we’re absolutely convinced that her Excel spreadsheets will end up in a museum one day.
Jess is pretty hard to beat when it comes to being orderly. She’s the one who puts things “in the right place”. Legend has it that she coined the phrase. It’s also believe that she invented cheerfulness and contagious laughter. When it’s time to make sure deliverables are perfect and on time, she only needs to stop smiling to be understood.
Mario is an accountant who doesn't fit the profile of his profession at all. His passions are not turtlenecks, numbers and tidying up. He's more into wearing flip flops and never wearing a tie. Mario is especially fond of sports involving balls: he hits them on the green, throws them at the plate and bounces them on mini trampolines. If Bros always saves the princess, Mario solves any problem he comes across, even if it's your teen's science assignment.
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