Tony Romito

Tony Romito

Chief Operating Officer

Tony started his design career with a design firm in Resolute Bay. He moved to Iqaluit and started in a publications position with the government and upgraded his skills at Algonquin College in Ottawa. After achieving a certificate in graphic design Tony went on to produce public education material for the Wildlife Service for 3 years. He is now a respected Iqaluit designer with extensive market contacts and an established client base that includes both the federal and territorial governments, Inuit organizations, private and crown corporations and local businesses.

Tony has overseen a multitude of print, and web design projects for a diverse range of clients. He has extensive experience planning, executing and delivering communications projects in the unique and challenging conditions of the north.

Tony has recently recommitted to his passion in video and multimedia projects. In recent years he has developed several recruitment videos for the Government of Nunavut, shot footage for independent films and conceptualized, and constructed studio sets for national television programs.

Mylene Chartrand


Office Manager/
Graphic Designer

Mylène has a degree in Art Design, with specialization in Graphic Design. Before working with Atiigo Media Mylène worked as a freelance designer in Quebec. She joined Atiigo Media in October 2006 and works full time in Iqaluit.

Mylène is extremely well organized and is an effective and efficient designer and manager. Among many daily tasks, she is currently working with her clients at the Government of Nunavut to design Coastal Resource Inventory’s for multiple Nunavut communities. This multiyear project brings together science and traditional knowledge which Mylène easily transforms into very readable and visually dynamic resources.

Paul Salter



Paul is a British born videographer, editor and documentary filmmaker. After finishing film school in the UK he moved to Toronto in 2011. He has worked in all aspects of production on short and feature films and video projects for corporate and non-profit organizations.

His recent editorial work includes a short documentary to be shown on CBC, and two feature length documentaries scheduled for release in 2018. He has also created and directed a short online interactive documentary, Movers & Creators, which was awarded funding from the Toronto Arts Foundation and regularly aired on TVOntario.

Melanie Houde


Creative Director

Mélanie has a degree in Art and Design, with specialization in Graphic Design. She has also completed courses in Mass Communication from TELUQ (Université du Québec à Montréal). Mélanie has worked for Atiigo Media since 2004 and lived in Iqaluit for two and a half years. She continues to work full time for Atiigo Media in Ottawa. When required Melanie still works out of the Iqaluit Office.

Mélanie is an extremely conscientious designer with a multitude of skills. She respects and maintains deadlines and is very concerned with details. She communicates extremely well with clients and is very effective at client needs analysis.

She recently headed up the design work on the “Healthy Foods North” Initiative funded by the Nunavut and Northwest Territories Governments. This was a very complex multiyear project that involved many stakeholders and is garnering national attention.

Jon Nelson

Andrei Stoisor

Senior Designer

A highly versatile, talented and driven designer with over 16 years immersed in the marketing and communication field. With a formal design education from Sheridan College, School of Applied Arts and Technology, Andrei uses his different disciplines to create solutions that are effective and memorable.

Having had the privilege of working with many diverse clients from start-ups to large corporations, Andrei is constantly excited to get to explore design in its many forms, to continue to enhance and learn something new everyday and recognizes the privilege to put his own ideas into the world where design is continuously evolving.

Haley Anawak

Haley Anawak

Video Production Coordinator

Haley enjoys a breadth of life experience having lived in Rankin Inlet, Ottawa, Montreal, and most recently settling in Iqaluit in 2013.

Haley has an extensive work background that includes various positions within the Federal and Territorial governments. Most recently Haley was a Senior Advisor for men’s health at the Quality of Life Secretariat with the Government of Nunavut and prior to that a junior program officer at the Department of Health. Here Haley focused on community outreach and extending the public information campaign on tobacco reduction into the communities. Haley’s understanding of the workings of the government helps us deliver services to our clients in a timely and efficient manner.

Haley has an interest in municipal and territorial politics and has his sights on a career in public service to help Nunavummiut with local issues that affect wellbeing in the Territory. In his free time Haley enjoys watching movies, driving around listening to music and having deep chats while checking out the beautiful scenery. He offers his ear to listen to people who need to talk and helps others with what they need help with.

Haley brings his experience in program management and communications to the Atiigo team and is responsible for managing projects within our video division.

Kelly Craver

Kelly Craver

Website Development and Content Management System Coordinator

Arctic Sky Media is an Iqaluit based, NNI registered, digital media and communications enterprise that has been providing digital communication solutions to Nunavummiut for over 7 years. Arctic Sky Media has now joined Katittut the new division of Atiigo Media.

Utilizing her knowledge and experience as a technology manager she is an accomplished Information Services professional with extensive experience in bringing technology to corporate clients. Kelly has a proven ability to conduct accurate needs analysis, solve problems, assess technical capabilities, conduct strategic planning, build and motivate teams, and manage projects.

Penny Taylor


Senior Consultant

Penny is one of the newest members of the Atiigo Media team and brings with her not only an extensive inventory of business expertise, but also a positive “can do” attitude coupled with a collaborative, solutions based approach to tackling work.

Penny spent the first seven years of her career in marketing and advertising. In 2002 she jumped at the opportunity to work as the Communications Manager with the Government of Nunavut’s Department of Culture and Heritage. Working on numerous community based initiatives, as well as helping support the establishment and promotion of the Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Division, she gained a deep appreciation of Northern culture and a passion to protect it.

Her proudest accomplishment was being the communications lead for Our Land, Contemporary Art from the Arctic, the first exhibit of its kind to travel outside Canada.

In 2006 Penny relocated to Calgary where she worked for The City of Calgary for twelve years in a number of strategic roles.

In late 2017, Penny decided to shift career gears and moved into the consulting world and return to her love of working in the North.

Grace Lopushinsky


Senior Consultant

Grace recently joined the Atiigo Media team and brings a wealth of public and private sector experience from across western Canada. She is a results-oriented business and planning professional with over 20 years of diverse and dedicated service.

Calm, creative and focused, Grace is passionate about exceptional customer service, engagement and simplifying clutter. She is happiest when able to tackle complex issues and combine design, engagement and business processes.

A skilled facilitator and communicator, she listens and collaborates with a philosophy of inclusion and respect. Grace has coordinated and delivered numerous workshops, strategic planning and training sessions and a wide variety of community consultation initiatives throughout her career.

While completing her master’s degree, Grace had the privilege of working in Fort Simpson, NT for the Dehcho First Nations Tribal Council. She worked with 10 communities to catalogue one-of-a-kind maps of traditional Dene land uses.

After 18 years in the public sector, she took on a new challenge in early 2018 by jumping into the consulting world.

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Tony Romito Mylene Chartrand Paul Salter
Melanie Houde Andrei Stoisor Haley Anawak
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Atiigo Media is an Inuit owned full service communications firm based in Iqaluit, Nunavut. We are communications specialists for the north and we pride ourselves in offering a diverse range of professional services all under one roof. Give us a call or drop by to discuss your graphic design, web, video, or other communications needs.


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