Big names

The Jedi Council
Jedis

Jacob Guite St-Pierre

Director, client services

After having consulted for Automattic (the company behind WordPress), Jacob founded a start-up in New York City at the tender age of 22. Two years later, he sold his company and moved back to Montreal to nurse a broken heart and find his stride again with TP1 as director of technology. Since then, his passion for business – and a desire to make clients happy – only continues to grow in his role as director of client services. The leader of the Pirates team, Jacob is responsible for helping current clients grow and improve their performance.

Jan-Nicolas Vanderveken

Associate founder

Jan-Nicolas (pronounced Yann-Ni-co-lah) founded the agency in 2005. He wanted to bring together a group of the industry’s most promising talents to create solutions that could amaze clients, collaborators and competitors alike. Eight years later, he’s proud to say that his many years as the head of the Tetris Club are finally paying off.

Joe Blauer

Associate, CTO

Trained in both the liberal arts and business, Joe is a staunch supporter of collaborative systems and progressive work methods. His experience has also given him a unique perspective on how the human factor impacts the deployment of information systems. Joe is a visionary and his grounded presence nicely complements Jan-Nicolas’ leadership style. Together, they continue to create an agency like no other.

Marie-Claude Landry

Production director

When Marie-Claude handles your dossier, you can definitely sleep easy at night. Marie-Claude excels at proposing solutions and strategies that are truly aligned with client needs. She also ensures that everyone in the agency is working on the right task, at the right time and that no detail is overlooked. After all, the devil is in the details! Marie-Claude, on a side note, has the healthiest lunches at the agency.

Patrick Williams

Creative director

This multi-talented creative dabbles in a variety of art forms, showing off his skills with a mouse, camera or drawing pencil. For every project that he contributes to, Patrick likes to push the limits of what’s possible and challenge his own creativity. A daring made possible by his ongoing learning experiences and limitless curiosity for new and emerging trends. Ask him about the time he was a barely-dressed sandwich-board man during a workshop with Stefan Sagmeister.

Matthieu Parent

Director, administration and finance

Matthieu began his career as an auditor with KPMG. When he joined TP1, he had to replace his suit and tie with jeans and sneakers, but his strong business skills are sharper than ever. Matt ensures the financial health of the agency, while also letting us throw killer parties. At our last Halloween party, Matt came dressed as an accountant.

And those who do all the hard work

S Letellier Resized

Sylvain Letellier

Team leader, research and performance

Mélanie Lapeyre

Web Developer
Mathieu Duchesne Resized

Mathieu Duchesne

Graphic Designer
Mylene Resized

Mylène Barrette

Project Manager
Mar Antoine Roy Resized

Marc-Antoine Roy

Graphic Designer

The power of a full-fledged agency.

Because every product or website has unique needs.

TP1 excels at handling complex projects in which many disciplines – strategy, design, technology and advertising – are required.

  • Mobility
  • Advertising
  • Strategy
  • Identity
  • Web

Press releases

TP1 Wins Best Transit Site in Acquia’s 2014 Partner Site of the Year Awards

Honoured for its Work on stm.info. Selected Among More than 100 Nominees MONTREAL, June 6, 2014 – Acquia, the digital business company,...

TP1 takes home four Boomerang awards, including two Grand Prix for STM.info

MONTREAL, December 9, 2013 – During a ceremony hosted by Infopresse on December 5, Montreal-based digital agency TP1 won two Boomerang Grand Prix...

Canadian Museum of Civilization retains TP1 as digital agency of record

Following a formal request for proposals, the Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation (CMCC) and TP1 have signed a multi-year collaboration...