Who We Are

We’re listeners, thinkers and conceptualizers. We strategize, design and create content for our clients and have a heck of a lot of fun along the way.

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Meet the Team

Wendy Gray
Creative Director& Founder, RGD

Big picture thinking, strategic solutions, outstanding design, happy clients, discovering young talent, the privilege of teaching, mentoring, judging and playing an active role as an RGD board member are but some of the things that continue to motivate Wendy after 20+ years of building Gravity into the full-service, multidisciplinary firm it is today. Dang! At this rate, she’ll never open that bakery she’s always on about.

Susan Greer
Director of Strategy

While working on some of Canada’s largest accounts, at some of Toronto’s top agencies, Susan honed not only the art of project management but also her ability to think strategically. She’s insightful, logical and passionate beyond the norm. She laments not being able to draw stick figures alongside the designers – but really, who cares, she cycles 365 days a year, took up backcountry camping at we-won’t-say-what-age and keeps the studio in stitches with her ridiculous malapropisms.

Emerald Lee
Art Director, RGD

Emerald joined Gravity in 2008 after graduating with top honours from York’s Design program where she was Wendy’s best student. 10+ years on, Emerald has emerged as an award-winning, industry-recognized art director with an uncanny ability to make design look easy. But don’t be fooled. She applies an extremely disciplined approach to what lies below the creative surface. AND, don’t be fooled by the sweet and chill demeanour of this voracious traveller who plans her global adventures with pinpoint precision.

Laura McInnis
Designer, Prov. RGD

Laura keeps us guessing, that’s for sure. Surprisingly, this queen of quips loves all things Christmas, fine art, rap music and horror movies all at the same time! But, there was absolutely no guess work involved when Laura joined the Gravity team. Multiple degrees, awards, big name account experience and crazy methodical thinking all add up to a versatile, uber talented designer.

Hana Lee
Designer, Prov. RGD

We almost couldn’t hire Hana because she claims she can’t cook. We’re food crazy here at Gravity. Ok, ok, design comes first, and fortunately this is where Hana excels. Creativity to spare, an incredible eagle eye, a love of paper that knows no bounds and a desire to conquer any visual challenge – these are what makes her such a valuable Gravity team member. Cooking can come later…

Grace Laemmler
Designer, Prov. RGD

Grace is a multi-talented designer with a degree from NSCAD University in Halifax. Multi is the key descriptor here – print, web, multimedia, fine art, photography and jewellery design are among her many skills. And we would be remiss if we didn’t credit some of Grace’s agility to the strategy and creative problem solving required to be a top martial arts competitor in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu! Grace adds a ‘formidable’ dimension to all that Gravity offers!

Kellie Hadjidimitriou
Project Manager

Organized, productive, detail-oriented – yes, Kellie has all of these valued attributes, but what sets her apart is her ongoing pursuit of higher learning. She’s currently working towards two new certificates, Project Management & Design Management. Kellie manages projects with aplomb and is consistently perfecting our studio systems. Friendly and helpful on the outside, determined and dogged on the inside, that’s Kellie. But there’s more! She’s a master maker of simple syrups (who knew?), and can mix the perfect cocktail while trying out new recipes for her next Global dinner (that’s a whole other story!).

Meaghan Chapin
Designer, Prov. RGD

We’ve been hard pressed to remove the talented Meaghan Chapin from our roster since she moved to Ottawa. She continues to pinch hit for us when we’re super busy, but we know this will soon be coming to a happy ending as she is expecting TRIPLETS!!!

Luna
Security

Tiny and unassuming? Hardly. She is as proficient in art direction as she is in surveillance and security. One bark means more white space, two barks – more wow-factor. A growl means it doesn’t pass AODA standards (or depending on her mood, more liver treats).

Oh shucks! They like us!

  • Adobe
  • The Communicator
  • Design Edge
  • Hermes Creative
  • RGD
  • Rockport
  • Social Good
  • W3
  • Web Health