Examples of work (mobile view):
Shopify website for Indigenous Artist Colleen Gray, featuring the sale of her Framed & Unframed Original Artwork – launches soon. https://colleengrayart.ca
Check out this website for an idea of what is possible. https://colleengrayart.ca
Examples of website and social media clients:
Art for Aid Project. Shopify Web store built from start to finish: https://artforaidshop.ca, and Wix website tweaks https://artforaid.ca, outreach letter writing for BearheART Contact Cards, and social media. Outreach for donation of used and new art supplies to send to remote Indigenous schools throughout Canada significantly exceeded any past year.
Ottawa Bra Clinic. Shopify Web store tweaks: https://obconline.ca and Wix website tweaks https://ottawabraclinic.com, and social media and marketing.
Pop-up Banner Design
Want your organization to stand out at events and trade shows?
Do you have a message you want displayed so it is easily captured by the media: e.g., pop-up banners? Here is an example of one of several that I designed for Breast Cancer Action – Ottawa (Previous Client)
Breast Cancer Action – Ottawa 2019
I created the program concept and implemented CharityWishList.ca in 2005. Designed & trademarked the logo that was approved in 2008. I own and continue to run and support the website and redesign of the website over the years, covering all aspects.
This is a free directory to easily and quickly connect people in Canada, to the Canadian registered charities and non-profits near them that are interested in the type of item that a person could want to give away. The directory is free to use and free to be listed upon.
CharityWishList.ca does not collect any items itself. To read more about it, check out the FAQ section of CharityWishList.ca
Designed Logo for New TV Show
Watch the video below for an example of a logo that I designed, in Adobe Illustrator, for the new TV Show: Living with a Disability, Fall of 2019.
Hogman-eh! 2016 NYE, organized by the Scottish Society of Ottawa
Over 5000 attended throughout the evening at the historic Aberdeen Pavilion, Lansdowne. I was the Special Event Assistant. The Rankin Family headlined and there were about 5 supporting acts and various activities including food court, face painters, magician/juggler, VIP areas, craft market, and two count downs to New Year’s Eve (7pm for the kiddies and midnight), and fireworks. The mayor attended and presented an award and I enlisted my great friend TV Morning Show Host/Producer Bill Welychka as our Celebrity Hogman-eh! Emcee. VIP tickets sold out for the first time in the event’s five-year history, an especially huge accomplishment since the VIP seating area was greatly increased so there were even more tickets to sell than in the past. A Wonderful time was had by all. Video recap above.
Photo credit: Rachel Hele (Photo of Michelle Beaupre & Emcee Bill Welychka)
Photo credit: Michelle Beaupre (Photo of Hogman-eh! 2016 Stage, The Barra MacNeils on Stage, and Crowd/Gift Bag Photos)
Photo credit: Mayor’s Office (Photo of Bill Welychka, Mayor Jim Watson, SSO Board Member 2016)
Ottawa Festivals Calendar of Event Webpage Photo Collage used 2017, 2018 and 2019: created by Michelle Beaupre
VIP Ticket Promo Image for Hogman-eh! 2016 VIP Tickets on Eventbrite Site: Michelle Beaupre All VIP Tickets Sold Out in Advance.