Having spent over 35 years in the sporting goods and apparel industry, Project Nanuk is a culmination of what has been in the making for many years. Simply, Project Nanuk is a Canadian brand, selling Canadians products made by Canadians. Jamie has worked with such corporations as Louisville Slugger, Mission Hockey, and Fox40 whistles and has listened, learned and been mentored by some of the best in their industries. This passion and drive is what has driven Jamie to make Project Nanuk a success.
Coming by her talent legitimately (and proudly) through her paternal grandmother, Emma has always had an artistic eye, often spending her time working on drawings and crafts as a child. She honed her artistic and design skills in her teen years, later studying Industrial Design at Carleton University. Following her graduation in 2012, Emma was employed by the Senate of Canada for three years, primarily working on the retrofitting of the Parliament Buildings project. In 2015, Emma started her own graphic design business, which allows her the opportunity to fully explore the many creative aspects of design.
Jade Williamson is an artist from London, Ontario, who graduated from the University of Western with an Honours Specialization of Fine Arts. Her practice is informed by an interest in wildlife and raising awareness for endangered species. Alongside actively working as an artist and pursuing her career as an art educator, she is the Exclusive Artist for Polar Nation. She has been producing artwork used for the creation of products of which proceeds go towards Polar Bears International for polar bear conservation. She has also joined the Embassy Cultural House website team and coordinated their International Women's Day exhibition. She has participated in their Hiding in Plain Sight and Stop Extinction! Restore the Earth virtual exhibitions. She has been awarded the David Magee Scholarship in Visual Arts and the Mackie Cryderman Award for Excellence in Visual Arts. Recently, she was on CTV News and additionally featured in various news articles. Working within a realism tradition of representation, Jade specializes in free-hand drawings with conte, charcoal, and acrylic but is also exploring intaglio.