Richard Mayer, AScT

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Richard Mayer, AScT

CEO, Inspiration

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  • Classification: Applied Science Technologist
  • Discipline: Building
  • Current Employer: IS Creative Inc.
  • Position: Manager, Corporate Identity
  • Post Secondary: BCIT (Building Technology) and UBC (Marketing)
  • High School: Cowichan Senior Secondary

Career Experience

Experienced in all facets of project design and management, with emphasis on creativity, innovation and productivity. Extensive portfolio includes corporate identity, communications and marketing for small-to-medium businesses, start-up to established; graphics and packaging design; advertising; residential, commercial and industrial building design; and, special projects. Personal passions also contribute to the diverse interests and skills Richard brings to the creative realm... photography, music, fly fishing... and much more!

Why I Became A Technology Professional

  • How things work has always fascinated me... given technology is pervasive, underpinning all that we know and enjoy in life, registration as a Technology Professional was a logical fit. It's a natural extension of his perspective on who we are as it pertains to being a professional.

Career Highlights

  • Registration as a Technology Professional in 1983.
  • Lead designer in Chemainus Downtown Revitalization Project.
  • Self-employment as primary means to advance professional career.
  • Engaged in unique and rewarding opportunities since graduating from BCIT in 1975.
  • Pursuing life and work - read play - with a passion!

Professional & Community Activities

  • Served four years on Building Technology Advisory Committee with ASTTBC (then SETBC). Involved in BC fisheries from a recreation and conservation perspective... served as Editor, Fly Lines, with the BCFFF (5 years); Director, Marketing, TUC-BC Chapter (2 years). Received the ASTTBC R. Littledale Memorial Award in 2008 for substantial contributions to the well-being of the Association.