Humans of Heaps Estrin: Addison Moore
Written On April 26, 2017
The “Humans of Heaps Estrin” blog series concludes this week with our Marketing, Communications and Design Director, Addison Moore. Addison moved to Toronto a decade ago to attend OCAD University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in design and advertising. He has freelanced for seven years and previously worked as the creative director for a startup e-commerce platform. His role on our team requires expertise in copywriting, print, marketing, graphic and web design, social media and more. He lives downtown with his girlfriend Molly and their puppy Ellie. Here are his answers:
What’s your favourite thing to do in Toronto when you have a few hours or day off?
A walk along the waterfront, or put in a solid shift on a patio.
Given the choice of anyone in the world, alive or dead, who would you want to have a meaningful conversation with?
My favourite musician, Sam Cooke, because he had an incredibly fascinating (but short) life which included having thirty Top 40 hits in a span of seven years. His album “One Night Stand! Live at The Harlem Square Club, 1963” is one of the greatest live albums ever recorded, I’d love to hear more about that night from him.
What’s your favourite restaurant?
Any place that does Japanese Tapas.
If you could go anywhere in the world on a holiday where would it be?
Thailand, which I will get to experience for the first time in July!
What was your first job and how old were you?
I did general labour for a construction company at an age that’s probably frowned upon now.
What are you most grateful for?
Auston Matthews. Oh… and my friends and family as well.
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