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February 24th, 2020

blackiron welcomes award-winning Creative Director, Jacob Bryce

On January 27th, 2020, blackiron welcomed Jacob Bryce, one of Ottawa’s highest-regarded creative leaders, into our fold. Joining forces with blackiron’s esteemed Creative Director, Steve Bowker, this creative super-duo will oversee multidisciplinary projects from conceptual development to completion. Together, they’ll take blackiron’s creative offerings to the next level.
Jacob’s expertise in spearheading fully integrated brand campaigns and nurturing creative talent makes him an exciting addition to the blackiron team.
During his prior role with McMillan, Jacob worked on both global B2B, and B2C brands. He was responsible for managing multi-pronged teams on brand development from concept to completion and beyond. Jacob has extensive experience in expertly guiding a consistent tone of voice from writers, and design consistency from designers/developers. His creative and business acumen help him collaborate and communicate expertly with creative teams, client services teams, and clients. Jacob has worked with local and international brands including: Buchipop, Megaphono, The Juno Awards, DFIN, Schneider Electric, Unify and many more.
Born and raised in Ottawa’s East end; Jacob now happily resides and works in Westboro. He has an honours degree in Graphic Design from Algonquin College and his work has been featured, awarded, and shortlisted by: Communication Arts, Applied Arts, Brand New/Under Consideration Awards, ADCC, Transform, Strategy Design AOTY, to name a few.
Jacob is also an accomplished musician and is a part of Ottawa’s robust music scene. You may find him playing guitar and drums for a diverse group of artists in a variety of genres.
We’re excited to introduce Jacob to our valued clients and have his expertise and talent infuse blackiron’s work and culture.

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