Christie st. martin
Christie loves to help others find their passion and make it catch fire with others. She got into social media before it ever had a name, building a wildly popular and fun website. 16 years later, she's still at it. She has since wrote and managed VH1's Best Week Ever website.
The Los Angeles Times gave her own blog and she contributed to the Los Angles Times' Hero Complex (a Sci-Fi/Comics blog), where she always provided her usual melange of cheek, snark and occasional observation. She would later go on to work for Syncapse where she managed clients like J.P. Morgan Chase and Loreal's social platforms to help grow, curate and build their online presence.
After over a year of forming Xprize spin-off HeroX's social media from the ground up for their prize platform for breakthroughs, she has found her true love. Helping small businesses, tech-start ups (at cool tech-incubators like San Antonio's Geekdom), and major brands find their audience, grow their audience and manage their communities online.
She is her own organizing principle, a kind of mad surfer on the crests of cultural lunacy, Alternately acerbic with an unhealthy obsession with LEGO and if given a day off she would spend it making dinosaur noises with her daughter chasing the family cats. Because that's how we roll around our house.
Nug has been active in social media since before social media was even a term. Nug has won 3 Canadian Comedy Awards, has been a performer in several television shows such as CBC’s The Ron James Show, Nickelodeon’s Life With Boys, and SyFy’s Scare Tactics. He can also be seen as a panelist on Sportsnet 360 in Canada for Aftermath, a weekly run-down of all things related to World Wrestling Entertainment.
Currently, Nug performs in and manages the scheduling, recording, editing, uploading, and promotion of the Illusionoid podcast (FREE on iTunes!). They recently hit #17 on the Canadian iTunes charts, just passed 500K downloads, and have been nominated three times for Best Podcast at the Canadian Comedy Awards. They have performed across Toronto and at various improv festivals in such exotic places as San Francisco and Guelph.
When he’s not on stage, he fills his time with comic books, the gym, wrestling, yoga, and eating healthy… but he will cave for chicken wings.
Breathing life and character into your brand is all about the language you choose to wrap yourself in. Crystal's passion and prerogative is to tell your story in a bold way that resonates, reflects and reassures your clients that you, yes you, are the only one that they will ever need. Handcrafted storytelling for modern business. She started off writing fairytales that turned into reality.
Crystal has been a writer since she was severely un-cool in wanting a typewriter instead of a Nintendo as a child. Since her dad caved with the typewriter, she's been through endless ribbons and stories, weaving tales and tributes to incredible people, places and companies who deserve to step out of the shadows.
Her company, Quirk Copywriting, will carry authenticity through your story and find the words you dream but can't put onto paper (without breaking a sweat). Go on, she makes writing look easy... especially when, for us mere mortals... it isn't.