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Toronto Startup Series

Client: Queens Entrepreneurship and Innovation Conference

This July 30th, 2019, QEIC will be hosting a summer event at LoveChild, featuring Joe Mimran of Joe Fresh (and Dragon's Den), as well as Eva Wong of Borrowell, and more! This will be an evening you will not want to miss.

QEIC will welcome students from a diverse group of universities and faculties to the Toronto Startup Series, an evening event hosted in Downtown Toronto designed to bring together students that are passionate about entrepreneurship. Delegates will have the opportunity to listen to leaders in their respective industries speak and have the opportunity to network with them as well as each other following the speaker session.

Client: Shelburne Public Library

TD Summer Reading Club is Canada's biggest, bilingual summer reading program for kids of all ages, all interests, and all abilities. This free program is co-created and delivered by more than 2,000 public libraries across Canada. It celebrates Canadian authors, illustrators and stories.


This summer I worked at the Shelburne Public Library as the

Student Librarian. 

I was able to integrate both interests for art and business into social media campaigns for the library's TD Summer Reading program. 

I filmed and edited videos to help promote the library's amazing literacy programs that were available to our small town. 

This helped the library grow and understand the importance of these new forms of marketing. These videos helped better connect to our community which was a rewarding experience. 

I hope to have more opportunities like this to make videos in the future. 

P.S. I filmed, edited and uploaded all graphic seen in these videos.


The Shelburne Public Library invited families in the community to a Kick-Off Party for the TD Summer Reading Club. They game out book bags, answered questions and encouraged kids to borrow books from the library! 


The Shelburne Public Library aspired for their reading program to simple and easy to understand. I order reach this objective, a video tutorial on how to track progress was made. 


Obey Newton was a science program at the Shelburne Public Library for children in the community to learn about the 3 laws of physics. 


Children in the community came to the Shelburne Public Library to explore their passion for cooking. Cooking Crew taught them a few key cooking skills. 


Kids in the community made slime at The Shelburne Public Library. They worked as a team to create all different kinds of slime! 


The Shelburne Public Library hosted a community Carnival event to celebrate the commencement of the 2018 TD Summer Reading Club. We wanted to reward all of the children who participated in the program throughout the summer with games and prizes.

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