James Milward (’05) founded the interactive agency, Secret Location, which started off as a small boutique company and has since blossomed into one of the top interactive agencies in Canada. The company has won over 50 awards including a Digital Emmy® Award for Endgame Interactive and recently won three 2014 Canadian Screen Awards: Best Cross-Platform Project-Children's and Youth for Next Step Interactive, Best Cross-Platform Project-Fiction for Continuum Interactive & Best Cross-Platform Project-Non Fiction for The Amazing Race Canada Interactive.
Jeremy Diamond & Denny Silverthorne ('97) are co-founders of Smiley Guys Studios which has produced series such as Odd Job Jack, Pillars of Freedom and the 2014 International Emmy Award-winner for Best Digital Program-Fiction, Guidestones.
Adrian Carter (‘97) co-founded Shark Teeth Films production company with Tom Mudd in 2010, and together they have enjoyed several successful productions. Recently they produced the reality series High Tech Rednecks that has been acquired by Italian communications company De Agostini Editore for the satellite TV platform DeASapere HD; Beyond Home Entertainment acquired the rights for Australia and New Zealand. He also was a partner and co-founded Smiley Guy Studios.
Tessa Sproule (’97) is a digital innovator, visionary leader and change agent who is the former Director of Digital Content at the CBC. She is about to launch her first start-up venture.
Mike Kasprow (‘99) co-founded one of Canada’s top interactive marketing agencies, Trapeze Media, in 2010. He is currently a partner and executive director of Innovation at UNION Advertising Canada LP.
Evan Jones (‘03) is the founder of two-time Emmy Award-winning Stitch Media, an interactive media production services company.
Tahir Mahmood ('07) is a successful designer who was the recipient of a 2010 Annual Design Review Award of Design Distinction in the Consumer Products Category and Silver from the I.D. 2010 Annual Design Review in the Consumer Product Category for his "Chatto Wattas".
Angella Mackey ('08) is a Canadian designer who launched a line of wearable light, Vega, in 2011. This series of fashionable illuminated coats and accessories for cycling was launched with the help of a very successful Kickstarter Campaign.