Hi! I’m Danusia Tarr, Owner of Brilliant Digital Marketing!
First, I want to thank you for visit my website! Like you, I am a small business owner. I completely understand the challenges and fulfillment that come with being self employed. I am excited to help you grow your business through social media and digital marketing campaigns.
My education and work background is in radio broadcasting. I spent over 25 years in the radio broadcasting business and loved every minute of it! Some of the many positions I held include: marketing and public relations manager, morning show co-host, assistant producer, and advertising copywriter. You name it! In a small successful community station, you get to do just about everything.
So.., how did I get to here? Well, like many radio stations, and in fact most traditional media sources (i.e. TV, magazine, and newspaper), revenue is shrinking as more and more advertisers turn to the internet to do their marketing (and so they should… the internet is now where consumers spend most of their media time). As a result, my position was reorganized, and I was out of a job. Thankfully my amazing younger sister shared with me of her success with Facebook advertising. And encouraged me to use my marketing skills to help businesses like yours grow and succeed through the use of online advertising. That’s a Brilliant idea, I thought! And thus… Brilliant Digital Marketing was born!
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Matt McDowell is the creator/writer/director of the TV pilot La Fontaine, which won the Best Drama award at the Banff Media Festival Pilot competition and was nominated for Best Writer and Best Drama in the International Television Festival in Los Angeles.
Matt also co-wrote the pilot script, Carver Brothers, a one-hour drama for CBS with Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Films and Spelling Entertainment as producers. His short film, Waiting, was nominated for best screenplay and best short film at the Sacramento International Film Festival.
Matt has an MFA in creative writing from the University of British Columbia and a BFA in Motion Picture/TV from UCLA. While at UCLA, he wrote and co-directed the underground cult feature, Sheila and the Brainstem.
See some of Matts work here.
Martin Niedballa’s first “published” story was a 4-page hand-drawn comic, titled, “Super Guy”. It was published to the refrigerator door. Since then, he has written newsletters, theatre programmes, murder-mystery plays, jingles and thousands of radio ads during his tenure at CJIB/Beach FM. He lives in the North Okanagan. He claims to love cycling, but currently seems to spend more time on his laptop than his bicycle.
I’ve always loved cameras and taking pictures, and I knew from the time i was very young that a goal of mine would be to become a photographer. I didn’t know which direction that would take because at first, I preferred landscape and nature photography. I found it so beautiful and colourful.
As I got older, my career took me down the path of Childcare and Education, specifically to those with Special Needs. As I got married and began planning to start my own little family, I not only solidified my deep love for children and families, but I also discovered a significant admiration for their unspoken stories of love and devotion.
I’ve made it my goal and my job to capture the moments that tell those stories! And I couldn't be happier about it. :D