Donald is the owner of small print. With a decade of communications planning and delivery, he has the experience and connections needed to successfully garner attention for your programs and events.
New Media/Social Media
Donald conceptualized and founded the #Petertweeter Awards, a celebration of the Peterborough social networking community. Click here for the #Petertweeter Film Festival, a series of shorts for and of the #2013 show.
Small Print at the first ever Creative Cocktail speakers series:
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Managing Editor Trent Magazine
Trent Students “Pump it Up” for Metric Show(including photo support)
Don Tapscott Maps the Landscape of the Internet (including photo support)
Cancer Research Put Under the Microscope (including photo support)
(a small selection)
Metered Internet: the Rich Get Richer, We Get Screwed
My Free Marketing Advice to the CBC and Toronto Maple Leafs
Holy Night In Canada
A Lesson In Optics
Today’s Flu is Brought to You by the Media
Of Ink and Blood: Thoughts on Bike Wars
(Just a few of the countless hits from the last several years)
The Environmentalist’s Song
Peterborough Beats Provincial Average On Earth Hour
Young Commuters Going Green
Trees in the City
Earth Day Plans Underway
Students Learn to Go Greener
One Thousand Acts of Green
Communications Brief ~ Trent Magazine
Charitable Status ~ Trent Centre for Community Based Education
CHEX Television Feature of Donald’s Kids’ Songwriting Workshop:
“Green Update” interview with Rob Winslow of 4th Line Theatre:
“Green UpDate” interview with Candace Shaw of the Peterborough Folk Festival:
A five part series about the Osborne’s, a family who have dedicated themselves to learning about environmental sustainability. Featured in Peterborough Kids, Northumberland Kids, and Lakeridge Kids magazines.
Start Thinking in a Brand New Way was recently re-recorded for the City of Peterborough and Active and Safe Routes to School Peterborough. A jingle-length version will be used for TV and Radio ads, as well as for announcements in Kawartha Pine Ridge District Schools. It has been used by two school boards in Australia as well as school groups in New Jersey.