Bruce likes superheroes, and since he has always wanted to have a secret identity, he created Design Man. Design Man races from company to company (in the “Design Mobile", naturally), saving the world from bad design…one website/publication at a time.
From a young age, Bruce was never satisfied with mediocrity. He spent countless hours re-designing album covers, soccer magazines, and family scrapbooks using only his eyes, scissors, and glue. His tools (or as he insists we call them: his Superpowers) have since become more sophisticated, and his passion for design has intensified. Design Man does not have X-ray vision, but what he does have is a keen eye for detail and the ability to create a quality product based on the vision of his clients.
Superman may need his Fortress of Solitude, but Bruce is happy with his Mac.
Despite being named 'Most Likely to Become an American Gladiator' at his graduation, Jay's career has taken a decidedly different path. Instead of spending long hours in the gym, he spends his time working with clients to fully understand their intended messages and turning those messages into communications pieces that work. Instead of battling fierce competitors, Jay battles mediocre content. Instead of becoming a fitness guru, Jay became a grammar snob. His style—rather than 90s big hair—is to work with clients to maximize their communication results.
Jay brings the big-picture thinking that will move your next project—written, video, design, or something else entirely—from good to great.
Thankfully for all of us, Jay doesn’t wear American Gladiators spandex in the office. Not often anyway.
After a very long and successful career spanning far too many years in the the high tech world, Roger has finally come to terms with letting go of his former salary and returned home to his roots and passion for the visual arts (minus the income of course.) Letting go of a safe and reliable career in the technology field to pursue his photographic dreams hasn’t been easy on him—or us! In fact, it's been down right scary.
When not travelling, filming, or shooting commercially for clients and working on personal projects, Roger can often be found meditating (as he describes it) under our boardroom table in the fetal position with a box of tissues gripping his old T4 statements. He’s adjusting well and hasn’t looked back stating to whomever will listen, “In the never ending pursuit of my own personal happiness, chasing all of life’s passions and building incredible experiences from behind the lens is where I want to be and where I belong.”
We agree with him and welcome him home!
WE HELP BUSINESSES DELIVER THEIR MESSAGES BEAUTIFULLY.
Founded in 2015 in Vancouver, Rejection Media is a Creative Force. Bringing together experts in communications planning, strategy, graphic design, copywriting, and image capture (both still and motion), we have the skills to put your business in its best light. We listen to your objectives and build a plan to deliver award-winning communications pieces.
Who are you and what do you stand for? Your company’s identity is more than a logo—it defines your space in the market. Let us help you build your identity to set yourself apart.
We design print materials that communicate your brand’s character. We believe every customer interaction with your brand should be special.
We create engaging and innovative mobile, tablet, and desktop experiences. We’ll build you a website that turns heads, drives sales, and looks good doing it.
We offer a full range of photography services. We believe great photography is an essential ingredient to a great end product.
We give you the words. The right words. The right words to get your point across. The right words to get your point across as clearly as possible.
We tell compelling stories through motion video. We believe motion is a fast and effective way to deliver
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