President of the Jury
Sylvain Pereira has managed the development process for several large brands in a diverse range of industries including non-profit organizations, education, alcoholic beverages, auto industry and entertainment. He has also overseen numerous sponsorship and partnership programmes for a number of prestigious private companies and cultural institutions, including the NFL, the NHL, the Canadian Grand Prix, Williams F1 team, the Nascar series, the Festival d’été de Québec and les FrancoFolies de Montréal.
Fluke is the founder of A'shop and was schooled by pioneers in Montreal’s graffiti art scene. His passion and perseverance turned him into the artist he is today. His talent for finding creative solutions has made him one of the forerunners of Canadian street art.
MissPixels is one of the pioneers of mobile art in Canada. As an illustrator, designer and multidisciplinary artist, she has participated in numerous collective exhibits in countries all around the world including Italy, Australia, United States, England, Germany, and Canada. MissPixels is the co-founder of MAM- Mouvement Art Mobile, a group of artists who have come together to promote mobile art (art, music, video, literature) on a national and international level.
André Bathalon is the director and co-founder of LNDMRK, an agency that aims to connect creators with visionary businesses in an effort to produce and distribute artistic initiatives that will be integrated into the world of marketing. Previously, he was project manger with Cirque du Soleil.
Hot on the heels of a stint at Quebecor Media as head of the content team for media creativity, Hugues Choquette now heads the group managing brand marketing for large organizations. He spent over 10 years at Cossette and almost as many years as VP creative at TAM-TAM\TBWA. McDonald’s, Molson, Nissan and Apple are some of the blue-chip clients he has served. His exceptional talents and strong work ethic are lauded as much locally as they are globally.
Zoë Beaudry is the manager for brand activation and partnerships at ONE DROP. Driven by an intense passion for communications, she thrives on the challenge of balancing the needs of business with the power of creativity. Zoë was director of communications at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and, before that, was director of communications and marketing at TOHU for almost four years. She currently sits on the board of directors as an administrator at MU.