Brendan is going into his fourth year of his Bachelor's degree in Economics with a specialization in Finance. He is currently the owner and the founder of BMcGannPhotos, a photography and media-based company with a focus on the automotive sector.
He has been capturing and sharing photographs of cars since 2015 and has fallen in love with combining two different creative aspects of his life and putting them into one common passion. Working with some of the largest automotive manufactures in the world such as Jaguar/Land Rover (Special Operations), Audi Canada, Ferrari North America, BMW Canada, Acura Canada, and Pagani Automobili has provided Brendan with unprecedented experience and knowledge of the industry.
This initial endeavour led him to Hatch in 2018 where he was apart of the Winter Hatch Co-Hort and from there in the Fall of 2019 took over the position as Co-Director.
While continuing his role as Co-Director of Hatch, this past summer Brendan has stayed busy working as a Research & Design Lead alongside Kathleen for the development of The Innovation Hub in the new Nicol Building at Carleton University.
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To view Brendan's work: www.bmcgannphotos.com
Kathleen Quinn Steeves
Kathleen is completing her Bachelor's degree in Global and International Studies with a specialization in Global Politics. Her interests in business, art, global development, and environmental sustainability have fueled many passion projects and even more ideas.
Her exposure to entrepreneurship was nurtured while working as an assistant event coordinator for LocalTalks, a speaker series that engages creative entrepreneurs in Ottawa’s business community. Following this, her experience working as a business intern and model for an up-in-coming fashion startup in Barcelona, Spain, affirmed her desire to pursue meaningful solution-driven ventures and a love for the hustle!
While continuing her role as Co-Director of Hatch, this past summer Kathleen has stayed busy working as a Research and Design Lead for the development of The Innovation Hub in the new Nicol Building at Carleton University. Collaborating also with a research team at The Sprott School of Business to generate insights and map the current state of Ottawa's food security ecosystem.
After a COVID cautious summer working and resting inside, Kathleen is looking forward to supporting CU's innovative student body and excited for the year ahead!
To connect with Kathleen via LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/kathleen-quinn-steeves-6bb57618a