Dwayne Bird, founding partner of Modern Clan has come up with posters intended to complement the Idle No More protests currently taking place in Canada and spreading to other parts of the globe. Dwayne is always working to steadily progress the advancement and storytelling of Aboriginal people through the digital medium. Dwayne thrives on being diverse and talented in all sections of the multimedia industry.
Dwayne’s ability to adapt to the ever changing technologies and master the tools required for the job is a key component to Modern Clan’s success.
Originally from Peguis First Nation (Cree descent), Dwayne is a graduate of Red River College’s Digital Multimedia Technology Program with a major in Motion Graphics. Dwayne’s passion for the arts and his craft lead him to successfully launch and operate his own multimedia business for the past six years, prior to becoming a founding partner of Modern Clan. This has allowed Dwayne to be project manager as he oversaw the creative direction of numerous national projects from television shows to Idle No More. Dwayne also has been involved in developing strategic communication plans for First Nation communities.
Dwayne’s innovative and strategic approach has been applied to his work with clients including Aboriginal People’s Television Network (APTN), Aboriginal Professionals Association of Canada, Assembly of First Nations, and the Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate. His strong list of grassroots clients in First Nations communities and urban centres across Canada has allowed Dwayne to connect with Aboriginal leaders across the globe and collaborate with amazing talent locally and globally.
Dwayne’s knowledge of the design industry assures all of Modern Clan’s clients are in experienced hands. Dwayne shines through with his sharp attention to detail and unwavering commitment to surpassing client expectations and the client experience. Dwayne assures that all of our clients projects are compelling and on time and on budget.
In his spare time, Dwayne can be found on the golf course or mucking it up with his kids at a hockey rink.