Chris Frampton is an expert on creativity and communication with 15 years of experience producing imagery, telling stories, and developing big ideas. He is the former creative director and strategist at Purpose, a national full-service ad agency, and has developed brand, marketing, content, and media strategies of all sizes across a variety of channels.
A multi-disciplined commercial artist, Chris has written and directed national TV spots, photographed print campaigns, and produced digital content programs for clients such as Honda Motorcycles, Discount Car Rentals, TEDx, Moneris, HGTV, and Food Network, to name a few. His work has been featured in publications such as German Rolling Stone, Marc Echo’s Complex, In the Black, Advisor’s Edge, Marketing Magazine, and on sites like Torontoist and Time.com.
Chris has made appearances on shows for CBC, YTV, Slice Network, and CFRB Radio. He is a former regular feature contributor to The Toronto Star, and was editor and publisher of Pressgang.ca, Canada’s first media & culture blog.
His work focuses on human stories, interconnectedness, and using the power of creative communication for good.