Lustrum 2019 is a one-day event produced by The Ryerson Communication and Design Society. Lustrum strives to teach skills and provide opportunities to students that cannot be taught in the classrooms. It will not only encourage delegates to broaden their professional careers, but it will also give them the tools they need to revolutionize the creative era.
Sustainable Media Production Canada Workshop: Sustainability, Media & Me
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
The world has never before experienced such a hunger for creative content. The seemingly insatiable demand for audiovisual programming has meant that Canada’s film, television, and digital media industry is busier than ever – but it also means more people are participating in an industrial process that can have significant environmental impacts. Does the screen-based industry really need a revolution to be green? How can you contribute to building a healthy environment and industry, so that your career flourishes along with your creative potential? What can be done if you are just one person?
Join Angelia Hughes, Producer/Director and Creative Agency owner of Boost and Sarah Margolius, President of Sustainable Media Production Canada discuss why green is an essential part of revolutionizing the creative era.
Angelia Hughes is a notable Canadian creative director and producer that has worked across the globe. She’s launched her own successful creative agency and is currently on the industry advisory committee and head of the marketing working group for Sustainable Media Production Canada. In addition, Angelia founded Green Up TO, an environmental initiative that educate consumers on our environmental impact, both locally and globally. With a goal to help transform the average consumer into an environmentally conscious customer.
Sarah Margolius is a catalyst with twenty years’ experience launching new and innovative marketing and sustainability projects. Whether rolling up her sleeves to support a successful Academy Award® notation campaign, launching a digital media business or influencing the adoption of greener building practices, Sarah’s unique insights help transform the way projects and technologies are brought to market. A certified Project Manager, Sarah serves on the board of the newly established non-profit organization Sustainable Media Production Canada fostering environmental stewardship in Ontario’s film, television, and digital media industry. Sarah studied at McGill University, Humber College and OCAD University, and lives with her two boys in Toronto.