Few PR firms are design literate, so when designers hire them, designers often find themselves dictating the press releases. We, on the other hand, speak your language and are at home in your milieu. When we chat with you about your projects, we can finish your sentences.
We have created publicity campaigns for some of the world’s largest design-related firms, including HOK, IBI Group, Global Group, and Teknion.
We are working journalists. This gives us a competitive edge with editors because we are intimately aware of their needs and how to fulfill them.
We look for the story-within-the story of our clients, finding new angles that trigger media interest. To that end, we work with clients in an interactive process to position them in ways they might not have discovered on their own.
Based in Toronto, we offer a full range of diversified, bilingual communications services for Canadian, American and international markets. Our network of seasoned communications professionals allows us to serve clients in every aspect of communications, from advertising and branding to ethno-marketing, graphic design, market research, media buying, media training, new media, photography, speech writing, social media and videography.
David Lasker is a cum laude Yale graduate and award-winning journalist and photographer. His extensive media relations and writing and photography expertise help ensure superior programs and results for our clients. Previously Fashion and Design, and Fine Arts, editor at The Globe and Mail, design columnist for The Los Angeles Times, and principal bass of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, he is currently associate editor of Canadian Interiors, design columnist for Zoomer and Canadian correspondent for Officeinsight, and a member of the Travel Media Association of Canada.
Martha Uniacke Breen is an editor, feature writer and public-relations copywriter specializing in architecture and design. Her work has appeared in Canadian Interiors, Style at Home, Toronto Home and other leading Canadian shelter publications. She is a principal cover-story contributor for National Post’s acclaimed Homes section. Martha is also a working actress and has appeared in numerous stage, film and broadcast productions.