Tim has a strong business background and handles everything from accounts receivable and payable, to human resources and payroll, plus any and all of the operational needs of the business. Kelloway previously owned a fast food restaurant and a tourism business in the West Indies, Caribbean. Kelloway is a Toronto Film School graduate and holds a B.A. in Sociology. He often provides input on strategy for clients and is truly our behind the scenes secret weapon. Kelloway helped his business Ride St. Kitts reach the top of the TripAdvisor rankings as #1 in terms of things to do on the island. Ride St. Kitts continues and Kelloway has operational systems in place that allow him to live in Toronto so he can focus on ClutchPR full time.
Nathalie speaks 6 languages and specializes in film, arts and fashion communications. She has lived and worked in Japan, Paris and now Toronto. For 10 years, Nathalie worked in the Press & Communications Department at the Festival de Cannes. Nathalie‘s festival experience has no comparison, working as a publicist at TIFF, FNC, MWFF, FIFA, Festival Vues d’Afrique, Festivalissimo, Osaka European Film Festival, BIFF and Cannes.
Marsha’s public relations career spans a decade and includes all aspects of media relations, events, publicity, promotions, production and hospitality. Having worked extensively on the broadcast side of the media, Marsha then moved to the tourism industry, applying her talents and directives towards managing Canadian trade PR for successfully planning and executing multiple FAMs, media…
At the age of six Hannah was given a school assignment to write a story. It was only when she penned 10 hand-written pages – nine longer than the teacher required—that she realized she had an aptitude for storytelling. Hannah is still telling stories, now with an advanced eye for creative copy and keen concept of great communication.
Coming to ClutchPR ready to hit the ground running as an intern in 2014, Hannah rejoined the team in 2016 passionate about travel and trying every eggs benedict in Toronto. With a combined academic and professional background of politics, copywriting and website creation, Hannah brings to the table a strong sense of communication having built over 100 websites in the hospitality industry and earning hits in major news outlets The Canadian Press and Huffington Post within the first few weeks of starting at ClutchPR back in 2014.
With over 15 years of publicity experience under her belt and a career that began inside the press office of the Toronto International Film Festival, Kelloway is the authoritative voice on PR for festivals, entrepreneurs, start-ups and artists alike. She has spoken as an expert in marketing and PR at: Podcamp Toronto, Ryerson’s Make Shift Change Conference, Startup Fashion Week, Toronto International Film Festivals filmmaker bootcamp, Sundance Film Festival (US), Kochi International Film Festival (India) and many more.
Prior to ClutchPR, Kelloway owned and operated Big Burger, a fast food burger restaurant in Etobicoke, ON. The business was successfully sold the year she started ClutchPR. She sits on the Board of Directors at the Regent Park Film Festival and regularly contributes her time and energy to charitable organizations. Kelloway holds a B.A. Honours in Communications and Film and started her entrepreneurial career at the age of 11 helping the family business (Zdeno Cycle) by selling helmets at motorcycle shows.
With an educational background in the sciences, Chris approaches communications from a unique analytical perspective, possessing a strong research and statistical acumen. From comprehensive reporting to analyzing data — Chris understands the numbers game. With experience ranging from world-renowned non-profit The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation to the fast-paced agency world Chris’ public relations career has…
Amy Saunders brings over five years of PR experience to ClutchPR. From tech startups to grass-roots non-profits, Amy’s varied work has landed international coverage in The Huffington Post, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and her social media impressions have reached upwards of 2.1-million in a single campaign. She has worked with top tier organizations including Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival and Warner Bros., but also understands the needs of indie and non profit clients. Amy is a skilled writer and creative mind who brings outside the box strategies to all projects. In addition to her work in PR, the arts and tech, Amy is a published poet and has been featured in the Canadian Archive of Poetry. Her first job was sweeping up popcorn at the movie theatre at the age of 13.